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June 18, 2015

School Relationships: What if We Got a Do-Over?

Schools are built on relationships and when they don't start off well, it can make for challenging and often adversarial times.

May 21, 2015

Rethinking Honor Roll, De-emphasizing Academic Competition

Honor roll and other merit based recognition doesn't serve a school community well. Instead, it further segregates students and perpetuates the myth that grades help to communicate academic success. What if schools focused more on the collaborative and less on the competition?

May 12, 2015

Can You Be Convinced to Change Your Grading Policy?

Grading policies need to reflect the times, not the experiences of our childhood. What should determine a grading policy? Or shouldn't there be one at all.

May 03, 2015

Myth-o-Mania of Teaching: 5 Lies That Kill Education

Education is full of misconceptions that fuels public misunderstanding. Professionals need to help debunk these corrosive myths to help re-estbalish education as important and positive.

March 25, 2015

What If Teachers Were Paid What We Are Worth?

Can we all agree that the work teachers do is important? If it's important, why doesn't the financial world treat it as such?

March 17, 2015

What If We Don't Have the Answers?

We all like to feel like we know, but honestly, we know that we don't. There is just too much out there and since the internet became a regular thing, we need to reconsider what we think knowledge is. So why not be okay with not knowing? Might be better to know who to find out.

March 11, 2015

What If Learning Were All About the Unanswerable?

What if we erased all of the confining questions that terminate in a dead end? Let's open education up to possibility and a world of what if. What questions do you wish to explore?

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