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'We're Number Umpteenth!': Debunking the Persistent Myth of Lagging U.S. Schools
Beliefs that are debatable or even patently false may be repeated so often that at some point they come to be accepted as fact. We seem to have crossed that threshold with the claim that U.S. schools are significantly worse than those in most other countries.Lees verder>>
Column Olaf McDaniel – Discussie over professionele ruimte van docenten moét gevoerd worden
Waar ligt de grens tussen de bevoegdheid en verantwoordelijkheid van het management en die van de docent? De ontslagbrief van een docent in de Washington Post illustreert de noodzaak van het vinden van een nieuw evenwicht in deze tijden van grote veranderingen in het onderwijs. Lees verder>>
Sir Ken Robinson: What students with learning difficulties can teach us
One of the deep problems of the standards and testing movement is that it promotes a very narrow view of ability in schools and a culture of conformity. The fact is that all students are different. Like you and me, they all have different talents, different interests and different ways of learning. Individual achievement is not marked by so much conformity as by diversity.
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