Monthly Archives: November 2014

Defining Success in Education

One of my initial purposes for this blog was to examine the purpose of English education and of education in general. My coursework, discussions, and readings in all of my classes this semester have strengthened my belief that stakeholders in education … Continue reading

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Online Discussions: Pros and Cons

This week, I attended an online class session for the first time. My T509 course used Unhangout, a platform created through the MIT Media Lab. This platform allows participants/students to view instructional material as a whole class and then split up … Continue reading

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Young Adult Literature Review #4

Title: Bomb: The Race to Build – and Steal – the World’s Most Dangerous Weapon Author: Steve Sheinkin Reading Level: 6.4 grade level equivalent (according to Scholastic), but definitely most appropriate for high school readers Synopsis: We all know that this story does not have a … Continue reading

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