February 2010 Archives

Anthony Mullen responds to a Stanford economist's recent suggestion that the lowest-performing six percent of teachers should be slashed to boost school performance.


Anthony Mullen's quest to discover how the city of Buffalo earned its name brings him to realize the true power of suggestion.


Anthony Mullen speaks with the creator of the Middle School Archive Project in Dallas and discovers how revisiting students' dreams can lead to later successes.


I was recently asked to write the foreword to a newly published book titled Chicken Soup for the Soul: Teacher Tales. I was a bit reluctant to write the foreword because I have not used my blog Road Diaries to discuss some of the many wonderful books I have read about the art and beauty of teaching. My fellow bloggers on this page do a wonderful job reviewing such books and writing about the many challenging and complex issues facing educators. I am given the less strenuous task of describing what I see and feel as I travel the country. ...


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