Monthly Archives: April 2016

Teachers voices over a different channel

The progressive Network for Public Education (NPE) has issued a new report, “Teachers talk back:  Educators on the impact of teacher evaluation.”  The study reports on a survey of 2,964 teachers and administrators in 48 states. It makes for interesting reading; … Continue reading

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Personalized and segmented: It just makes sense

As I have continued to wander through the Canyons of Competency, my roving eye has been attracted by various shiny attractions lying along the path to Personalized Learning, including the form which is our inevitable future (hat-tip to Emily Talmage’s blog … Continue reading

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Teacher Blog: Mr Barlow’s Blog

Time for another visit to a teacher blog. This time, it’s Mr Barlow’s Blog. Mr Barlow is an Australian high school science teacher whose blog, I would say, is a running diary of curiosity.  Posts seem to come about monthly, … Continue reading

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