Monthly Archives: September 2015

“The State’s Biggest Teachers’ Union”

The politics of education either frustrate or bore me – I’m not sure which, but I know it’s not why I teach and coach teachers. I think this article from the Education Gadfly on the recent fiasco in Washington State … Continue reading

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Consolidation of Responsibility

Last week’s Marshall Memo directed me to a fascinating article (and rabbit hole of related articles) on the state of discussion in college classrooms. Jay R. Howard, author of Discussion in the College Classroom: Getting Your Students Engaged in Person … Continue reading

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