Monthly Archives: November 2012

Motivating Employees: 7 Unusual Things Great Bosses Do | Inc.com

http://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/7-unusual-things-great-bosses-do.html?nav=pop Where employees are concerned, great leaders don’t take. Great leadersgive–especially these seven things: They give a glimpse of vulnerability. To employees, you’re often not a person. You’re a boss. (Kind of like when you were in school and you … Continue reading

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Tweet from Soulseeds (@Soulseedzforall)

Soulseeds (@Soulseedzforall) 2012-11-23 4:39 PM Some memories haunt, and some motivate. Frame your memories with love, not fear, article tinyurl.com/6zkn9bk Sent from my iCloud Al Smith literateowl

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Tweet from (@amichetti) Digital standards down under, under review.

Adrienne Michetti (@amichetti) 2012-11-21 12:36 AM Anyone else disappointed that the Australian Natl Curric ICT capability covering social & ethical stuff is so limited? bit.ly/zIeuPS Sent from my iCloud literateowl

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Tweet from Lisa Descary (@ldescary)

Lisa Descary (@ldescary) 2012-11-18 12:54 AM BC tchrs should read this! #bced How Teachers Unions Lead the Way to Better Schools – In These TimEdinthesetimes.com/article/14160/… Sent from my iCloud Al Smith literateowl

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Should Computers Grade Essays? -Ravitch

Should Computers Grade Essays?. Todd Farley is the scourge of standardized testing. His book, “Making the Grades,” is a shocking exposé of the industry. Todd spent nearly 15 years scoring tests, and he knows the tricks of the trade.   … Continue reading

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What makes Edcamp popular with teachers?

What makes Edcamp popular with teachers?.

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Why Teachers Are Angry and Confused- Ravitch

Why Teachers Are Angry and Confused. “..As I earlier stated unequivocally, I will vote for Obama, but it won’t be because of his disastrous rightwing education policies. Race to the Top is worse than No Child Left Behind. It takes … Continue reading

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