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Whatever makes students exclaim “Wow!” is probably a smart way to proceed.
Too much teaching is dry, dull, plodding… In short, nobody ever says “Wow!”
In every subject, for whatever age of students, there are always certain points that are the most exciting, the most dramatic, the most memorable, the most likely to make people sit up and…Continue
I’m going to do this very briefly but this is one of the biggest topics possible. It deserves a whole book.
I submit to you that Progressive education believes in teaching attitudes, opinions, and feelings. Progressive education does not give a damn if children learn a fact or not.
As you feel this opinion triumphing in one school…Continue
I think that anyone who studies education for a while will decide that there are two possibilities, the people in charge are horribly incompetent, or the people in charge are subversives.
At this time, most people understand that we have subversives in our FBI, of all places. If there, then anywhere.
This new article (which I titled K-12: Inside…Continue