Daily Archives: May 29, 2012

Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice

A Significant Error That Policymakers Commit As a result of inhabiting a different world than teachers, policymakers make a consequential error. They and a cadre of influentials confuse teacher quality with teaching quality, that is, the personal traits of teachers—dedicated, caring, … Continue reading

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Take a Bow

 By Zig Ziglar Several years ago Shinichi Suzuki, a Japanese teacher, developed a method of teaching music which later was adapted to teaching other skills.  The first thing Suzuki did was teach his students how to take a bow.  The … Continue reading

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Daily Education Headlines May 29, 2012

Texas schools short by 15,000 teachers this year, analysis shows    Texas schools short by 15,000 teachers this year, analysis shows  25 34   

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Dr. Bryan’s Daily Motivational Moment

Tuesday May 29, 2012 After Friday’s quote, one of our readers, Nancy F., reminded me of this poem that is great for contemplation and motivation. “If’” by Rudyard Kipling If you can keep your head when all about youAre losing … Continue reading

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