Teach Plus: Closing the Curriculum Gap Is a Social Justice Issue

Read this and see what’s going on with social justice in education.

Teach Plus: Closing the Curriculum Gap Is a Social Justice Issue.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/teach-plus/closing-the-curriculum-ga_b_1533164.html

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Reblog: Women Educators and Philosophers: A Crowdsourced Celebration

Here is a great blog post from a really great pre-service/new service teacher. I love reading her posts, and hope you enjoy my re-blogs of her posts. Follow her directly at http://elketeaches.wordpress.com, or follow her through my posts. Whether you are a new, pre-, or “old” service educator–or an educator of educators-this is a great blog to follow. Here is a great post related to her thoughts on women in education.
elketeaches.wordpress.com/2012/06/02/342/

As educators, we learn from conferences, classes, workshops, students, each other, and history. And a host of sources I haven’t listed. Our experiences and exchanges with others is always one of the most important sources of our continuing education. Where ever we go for our own learning, views from pre-service and new teachers helps us “experienced teachers” remember what we felt as new teachers.

Keep your teaching fresh!

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Artfully Creating the Right Group Dynamic | Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance is one of my favorite educational web sites. Mixing it up is one of the best ways to learn about differences in people. I’m sharing a blog from an art teacher that fostered the development of a group work of art. Read on for a super idea!

Artfully Creating the Right Group Dynamic | Teaching Tolerance.

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