The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 217 A Closer Look At Critical Race Theory And White Fragility Drew Perkins talks with Rod Graham, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Old Dominion University, to discuss Critical Theory, White Fragility, and postmodernism in the context of education. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: roderickgraham.com @roderickgraham Facebook:…
We continue to view schools as a kind of infrastructure whose condition is binary–something industrial we should ‘open’ or ‘close.’
If your school is transitioning to distance learning this year, there’s a lot to plan. Here are 8 email templates for schools, from Microsoft.
And in the extended metaphor, kids aren’t sent to the principal’s office, they’re born there. They’ve never even seen the actual classroom.
The near-future of learning is almost certainly blended learning–a mix of digital and face-to-face instruction. Perhaps we should use current momentum?
Should schools open this fall? An even better question would be, “What is the best way to educate children during a pandemic?”
Leaning into good formative assessment practice, we can be responsive to shortcomings by changing our actions to better meet our goal statements.
In an era of significant change and new pressures and opportunities, what questions might school leaders find useful to clarify a path forward?
Rather than academic content, many great minds have emphasized imagination, curiosity, playfulness, creativity, compassion, and a love of learning.
A conversation with journalist Graham Couch about how his training as a sportswriter has helped him write about polarizing topics.
Amazon has 800-word reviews on exercise machines, but the best we can do to evaluate the quality of learning is to ‘hear’ a school is ‘good.’
Edcamp-in-a-Box is a free resource kit sent to organizers of registered Edcamps and contains nametags, Session Board materials, lanyards, and more.
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