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COHS teacher discussion: “The Global Achievement Gap”

This is a guest entry by COHS teacher Nathalie Bellitti The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills Our Children Need— and What We Can Do About It (2008) by Tony Wagner CHAPTER … Continue reading

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COHS teacher discussion: “The Global Achievement Gap” Chapter 4

The Global Achievement Gap by Tony Wagner, Chapter 4 Reinventing the Education Profession  The Trouble with Educators  Teacher Preparation: Teacher preparation programs are terrible because the required classes are irrelevant to teaching, and students don’t get useful feedback on their … Continue reading

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COHS teacher discussion: “The Global Achievement Gap”

Although this entry deals with significant ways in which education will change—and thus affect students’ lives—it’s written for teachers. Our principal has asked that we teachers read and discuss this book. (He bought 20 copies, and these can be checked … Continue reading

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COHS teacher discussion: “The Global Achievement Gap”

This is a guest entry from Mrs. Fiandaca. Although this entry deals with significant ways in which education will change—and thus affect students’ lives—it’s written for teachers. Our principal has asked that we teachers read and discuss this book. (He … Continue reading

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COHS teacher discussion: “The Global Achievement Gap”

   Although this entry deals with significant ways in which education will change—and thus affect students’ lives—it’s written for teachers. Our principal has asked that we teachers read and discuss this book. (He bought 20 copies, and these can be … Continue reading

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That Used to Be Us–looking outward and forward III

That Used to Be Us—Links on looking to the future Last thoughts on how the book connects to educators Places to find more information I’ve created three posts on where to look while we think about how we are changing—guideposts … Continue reading

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That Used to Be Us–looking outward and forward II: books

That Used to Be Us—Links on looking to the future Last thoughts on how the book connects to educators Places to find more information I want to create three posts on where to look while we think about how we … Continue reading

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That Used to Be Us–Looking Outward and Forward

That Used to Be Us—Links on looking to the future Last thoughts on how the book connects to educators Places to find more information “Who knew that being an educator meant you needed to be a student of technology?” Gregg … Continue reading

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“Millennials & K-12 Schools”

Millennials & K-12 Schools: Educational Strategies for a New Generation by Neil Howe and William Strauss Note: I’m posting this review because I think this is a good book for educators. It’s not so much for students. (I’ll be back … Continue reading

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