Daily Archives: May 31, 2012

From the HuffPo: Sheryl Sandberg’s New Metaphor for Careers

Normally, I would not include a business-oriented post in an education blog, but there are some interesting implications in this article. Sheryl Sandberg changes the career metaphor from a ladder to a jungle gym. Perhaps its time to find similar … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Ye Olde Soapbox:
Matt Miller Opinion Writer Romney vs. teachers unions: The inconvenient truth By Matt Miller, Published: May 30 Now that he’s clinched the GOP presidential nomination, Mitt Romney has discovered that we face a “national education…

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Reblogging (not necessarily agreeing): Why Twitter and Facebook Are Not Good Instructional Tools

The link below is to an interesting post from an individual who is having trouble (I think) figuring out creative ways to use the newest media and technology as part of the educational process–like math, science, social studies, English, etc. … Continue reading

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