Monthly Archives: December 2010

Does “The Homework Myth” = “The Tutoring Myth”

This is a comment I just posted on Remi Collins’ blog about parents asking if they should enroll their children in after school tutoring. We just finished parent conferences at my school and I was thinking about Kohn’s “Homework Myth” … Continue reading

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Driver’s seat

So I keep reading all of these articles, blogs and tweets about the importance of engaging kids in school. Sir Ken says that because we bore our students, and because they are distracted in this “age of distraction,” we anaesthetize … Continue reading

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Where to begin?

Begin at the beginning, of course! I need to get this ball rolling, and so here goes… I want, I need to use tech in my classes in meaningful ways. I love working with kids, and have always thought that … Continue reading

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