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talkin’ about a revolution

Last period I was scheduled to teach year 7 English. I had a fabulous lesson planned around our text, Frankenstein, and was actually quite excited for the lesson. ¬†Every English class starts with about 15 minutes of Sustained Silent Reading, … Continue reading

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where do we begin?

Sir Ken Robinson explains that the perceived hierarchy of school subjects (math/science as more important than languages as more important than humanities as far more important than PE and the arts) stems from the now inadequate idea that the “purpose … Continue reading

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