7/29/2013 5:00:00 PM
If we continue to let fear of
failure rule our school systems
then that’s where we’ll stay. How
are you going to share with your
school and district the great
things you learned?
The more I see great
presentations on new
and devices, the more I
worry that these are often
bought as a quick fix for low
performance, bad leadership,
or other struggles that school
systems and teachers face.
Why do you want your kids to
be common? We don’t want
every kid to read and write
and do math in the same way,
to the same level, do we?
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