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January 19, 2014

Twitter Chats: An Hour Well Worth Your Time

An hour engaging in a Twitter chat will be well worth your time.

January 17, 2014

Poverty & Education: Meaningful Discussions or Misguided Diatribes?

When it comes to education, does the conversation about poverty lead to meaningful discussions or misguided diatribes?

January 14, 2014

What Are the 7 Mind Frames of Learning?

We need to move away from discussing teaching and focus our efforts on learning. In today's guest blog, Professor John Hattie provides the 7 mind frames that will help us do that.

January 12, 2014

Is Your School Leadership Style...Outdated?

Many school leaders aren't just behind the times when it comes to technology, they're blocking the tools that could help students become prepared for their world, and Eric Sheninger has a new book that could help school leaders evolve.

January 09, 2014

I Hate Technology & Other Lame Opinions

When used correctly and with respect, how could anyone hate technology?

January 02, 2014

Educators Need More Than Memos & Mandates in 2014

NY State Education Commissioner John King has sent out memo after memo in 2013 explaining what he meant...public education deserves more than a memo.

December 23, 2013

Fostering Teacher Leadership Through Collaborative Inquiry

Collaborative inquiry is a powerful design for professional learning that supports the notion of teacher leadership as it recognizes the role of teachers in on-going school improvement.

December 20, 2013

Why Does Jack Have to Change?

Jack doesn't act like "other boys" and the adults around him want Jack to change. Why is that Jack's problem?

December 13, 2013

Does Your School Climate Focus on Learning?

When it comes to school climate, our focus should be on learning and not rule following.

December 11, 2013

The Pseudo-Science of Evaluating Teachers Via a "Student Learning Objectives" Strategy

To structure the evaluative process around students' attainment of capriciously established, even if well intentioned, growth targets (SLO's) is downright silly!

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The opinions expressed in Peter DeWitt's Finding Common Ground are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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