Michael Keany's Blog – November 2011 Archive (30)

How to Create Nonreaders Reflections on Motivation, Learning, and Sharing Power By Alfie Kohn

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ENGLISH JOURNAL

Fall 2010 -- vol. 100, no. 1

How to Create Nonreaders

Reflections on Motivation, Learning, and Sharing Power



By Alfie Kohn



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Financial Literacy for High School Students BY BRIAN PAGE

Financial Literacy for High School Students

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Several Ways Teachers Can Create A Supportive Environment For Each Other By Larry Ferlazzo

Several Ways Teachers Can Create A Supportive Environment For Each Other

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You Know the Joke, And It's Not Funny By Anthony Jackson

You Know the Joke, And It's Not Funny

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Should Schools Be Run for Profit? By Diane Ravitch

Should Schools Be Run for Profit?

Dear Deborah,



The…

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Do Multiple Choice Questions Pass the Test? By JASON KOEBLER

Do Multiple Choice Questions Pass the Test?

November 28, 2011 

Use a No. 2 pencil, fill out each circle completely, and don't make any stray marks—these are rules every child learns when taking standardized tests that are largely based on multiple choice. But are multiple choice exams the…

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Why I Signed: Principals' Objections to the New Evaluation System

Why I Signed: Principals' Objections to the New Evaluation System

Nov. 28, 2011, 4:30 p.m.

Principals who object to the new state system to evaluate teachers and principals…

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Middle Grades Matter by Geneviève DeBose and Kareen Borders

Middle Grades Matter

“You teach middle school? Why?! All those hormones and growth spurts and changes.How do you do it?”

These words are not uncommon…

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Five Big Changes to the Future of Teacher Education by Tina Barseghian

Five Big Changes to the Future of…

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Only Artists Can Make the Difference by John M. Eger

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Race to the Top Mandates Impossible to Implement by Alan Singer

Alan Singer

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The Global Search for Education: More on Arts by C.M. Rubin

C. M. Rubin

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How About Better Parents? By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

How About Better Parents?

NY Times



IN recent years, we’ve been treated to reams of op-ed articles about how we need better teachers in our public schools and, if only the teachers’ unions would go…

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Cuts in Education: A Failing Choice by Marian Wright Edelman

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Giving Boys A Love Of Reading by Lisa Belkin



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Five Not-So-Obvious Propositions About Play by Alfie Kohn

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Several Ways To Tell The Difference Between Good & Bad Education Research By Larry Ferlazzo

Several Ways To Tell The Difference Between Good & Bad Education Research

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Penn State and the Perils of Loyalty By Jack Marshall

Penn State and the Perils of Loyalty

In central Pennsylvania today, an educational institution is reeling, its reputation shredded, its culture suspect. The root cause of the Pennsylvania State University tragedy is alleged sexual abuse of children. But, beyond that, school officials and observers are pondering a seeming breach of common standards of decency—a breach that, if real, can be traced to a disastrous,…

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Added by Michael Keany on November 16, 2011 at 1:22pm — No Comments

The Relationship Status of Teachers and Educational Technology: It's Complicated By Roxanna Elden

The Relationship Status of Teachers and Educational Technology: It's Complicated

Note: Roxanna Elden is the author of …

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Added by Michael Keany on November 16, 2011 at 11:08am — No Comments

What if We Taught at Hogwarts? By Peter DeWitt

What if We Taught at Hogwarts?



Every student should be able…

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Added by Michael Keany on November 15, 2011 at 2:54pm — No Comments

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