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Great article discussing a new paradigm in teaching.  Lifelong outcomes, rather than immediate outputs.

The Principles of Reinvented Education - Forbes Article on the Single Best Idea for Reinventing Education

Sir Ken Robinson challenges the way we're educating our children. He champions a radical rethink of our school systems, to cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.

In this talk from RSA Animate, Sir Ken Robinson lays out the link between 3 troubling trends: rising drop-out rates, schools' dwindling stake in the arts, and ADHD. An important, timely talk for parents and teachers.

Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson will ask how do we make change happen in education and how do we make it last?    Watch the RSA Animate of this talk: http://youtu.be/zDZFcDGpL4U

Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson - Changing Paradigms He will ask how do we make change happen in education and how do we make it last? Very informative and funny

The end of education reform?

The end of education reform?

Art With Mr. E: Experimenting Again: Baby Oil & Oil Pastels. Use this on Australia theme night. While the children are doing their art, have some ocean pictures on display, discuss ocean facts.

E: Experimenting Again: Baby Oil & Oil Pastels. Use this on Australia theme night. While the children are doing their art, have some ocean pictures on display, discuss ocean facts.

I have been asked for my “single best idea for reforming K-12 education”. When you only have one shot, you want to make it count. So I thought I would share my idea here, in case anyone has a brighter insight.

The Single Best Idea for Reforming K-12 Education

I have been asked for my “single best idea for reforming education”. When you only have one shot, you want to make it count. So I thought I would share my idea here, in case anyone has a brighter insight.

Ideas for change in education

Ideas for change in education from litter website

"The school culture - high expectations … and [a focus] on achieving while nurturing the students - positively drives me to do more and to make a greater difference." - Crystal Byrd, Calcedeaver Elementary School, Mount Vernon, Alabama.  Read more of the "Why I Teach Where I Teach" series on the Ed Trust blog. http://theequityline.org/wp/tag/why-i-teach-where-i-teach/

"The school culture - high expectations … and [a focus] on achieving while nurturing the students - positively drives me to do more and to make a greater difference." - Crystal Byrd, Calcedeaver Elementary School, Mount Vernon, Alabama. Read more of the "Why I Teach Where I Teach" series on the Ed Trust blog. http://theequityline.org/wp/tag/why-i-teach-where-i-teach/

General- This chart will be helpful in creating assignments at varying levels of rigor depending on the point in the year and where my students are working currently

Rigorous instruction is defined as challenging the students' ability to think.

We are learning more and more about who enrolls in Massive Open Online Classes (MOOCs) and how those students behave. For example, Harvard and MIT recently released de-identified data from their first 16 MOOCs that ran in

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