What an interesting idea: refuse student teachers from a university that supports a certain reform initiative. As a humble graduate student, like a lot of graduate students everywhere in teacher education, I/we did all of the dirty work. We were the ones low enough on the old totem pole to actually do the field work […]
I saw that a friend on Facebook “liked” something called myEdmatch. Apparently, finding a teaching job is like online dating. To wit: Complete the Core Beliefs Profile so myEDmatch can suggest schools that would be good matches based on your core beliefs about education. So, is this tHarmony, or something? I filled out some beliefs with […]
Here’s the show’s website here. I’ll see about posting an archive thereafter. This is a new place we should all consider following.
Online book club starting soon. Click the image for info and how to get the book on holiday discount from Haymarket.
The author here suggests that one of the biggest takeaways from the teachers’ strike in Chicago is collaboration, or perhaps what the AFT refers to as “solutions driven unionism.” She underscores a positive case example in my home state of MD: Successful examples of smart educational investment in partnership with teachers’ unions do exist. Take […]