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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Mark Wagner tagged change

Another great educon slideshare... I also made my way through it in pieces - and recommend it to others. The visuals sustain it as an inspirational reflection tool, even without a conversation.

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I feel like I could've written this post by danah boyd... except for specifics about her college, I think it all applies to me. I am actually much less fluid at handwriting than I used to be - and mistakes seem worse because I can't fix them as easily as

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As a former English teacher, I too would urge new teachers to resist the same five things RR does. As a former AP teacher, though, I do see both sides of the 1st issue. Broadly, humanity needs someone to do the advanced work.

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