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Your Classroom Should Be Filled With Conflict

Twenty percent of Americans will not graduate high school this year. They are quitting. And I think the primary reason is because to far more than twenty percent of Americans, the system that consumes over eight hours of a student’s day, is the primary source of stress and effort, the place that consumes the bulk…

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Engaging Teaching is About Flexing Our Creative Muscles

Sir Ken Robinson once said in a TED Talk that “Teaching is creative profession.” I love that line.  Because of systems in place, as well as cultural stereotypes, and Mrs. Crabapple from The Simpsons, it is very easy to believe that teachers are just walking textbooks, or playback machines, or mindless dictators (ok, maybe I…

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