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I’m a fan of differentiation in the classroom, although I’ve been finding it difficult to employ sound methods in a private boarding secondary school. Expectations for what classrooms are and what happens in a classroom are so ingrained in the institution that it’s hard to shift away. One of the biggest questions I haven’t yet resolved is about assessment of learning...
Returned from North Carolina Outward Bound Educators Initiative Winter Retreat feeling refreshed, reinvigorated and ready to try out some new ideas.
On my way to Charlottesville, Va.
For a retreat with others involved in the Educators Initiative at North Carolina Outward Bound. We’re looking at how to bring NCOB principles into the traditional classroom.
Is college relevant?
Colleges are like qwerty keyboards. They’re relics of educational design that might have already passed us by, just as qwerty keyboards are relics of their mechanical typewriter counterparts. They’re here to stay until someone designs a revolutionary alternative to make them obsolete.