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Robert Jensen : Jim Koplin: Living Your Life Honestly

James Henry Koplin, 1933-2012. Image from JimKoplin.com.Jim Koplin:Living your life honestly By Robert Jensen | The Rag Blog | January 16, 2013 “Good teaching is living your life honestly in front of students.” I don’t recall exactly when Jim Koplin … finish reading Robert Jensen : Jim Koplin: Living Your Life Honestly

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Sarito Carol Neiman : History, Herstory, Mystory, Mystery

The Perfect Teacher. Cartoon from susanohanian.org. Inset cartoon below by Mark Anderson / Andertoons.Shredding the envelope:History, herstory, mystory, mystery I discovered I am actually very good at getting up and talking to a bunch of kids about stuff. And even, … finish reading Sarito Carol Neiman : History, Herstory, Mystory, Mystery

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Patrick Youngblood : ‘Reform’ and Squeezing ‘Value’ Out of Students

Image from Chicago Now.The school ‘reform’ movement: Squeezing ‘value’ out of students By Patrick Youngblood | The Rag Blog | May 18, 2012 As a public high school teacher and a parent I think often about the role of schools … finish reading Patrick Youngblood : ‘Reform’ and Squeezing ‘Value’ Out of Students

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Rick Ayers and Bill Ayers : Really Show Teachers the Love

Reframe the education debate:How we can show teachers the love Don’t allow education to be defined as an endless Social Darwinist competition. By Rick Ayers and Bill Ayers / The Rag Blog / May 14, 2012 Last week (May 7-11, … finish reading Rick Ayers and Bill Ayers : Really Show Teachers the Love

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