Monthly Archives: March 2014

Schools Kill Creativity

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sir-ken-robinson/do-schools-kill-creativity_b_2252942.html?utm_hp_ref=education-reform I’m sure that everyone has seen this hilarious talk by Ken Robinson about how schools are killing the creative spirit that kids are born with. I wanted to post this as a reminder that not only do we need … Continue reading

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Principal suing parents in Richmond, and teachers striking students in Kansas.

A Principal at Lucille M. Brown Middle School in Richmond is suing parents of a student at her school for three million dollars over a letter published in Style Weekly’s online edition.  I read Style Weekly somewhat regularly, but did … Continue reading

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Engaging Adult Learners I recently came across this article and I thought that we would all find it interesting and useful.  I think it’s safe to say that as educators we are comfortable leading and instructing students, but what about … Continue reading

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