Once, when I was doing my student teaching, I created a test for a “Business Communications” unit. Now you have to understand that this was […]Read more ›
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Don’t Throw Out Your Leveled Libraries Yet! Text Complexity and Helping Students Learn to Pick “Just-Right” Books
By: Rita Platt Recently I was at a meeting for reading specialists when the concept of level-appropriate texts came up. Much to my surprise several […]Read more ›
Duffy, G. (2002). Visioning and the development of outstanding teachers. Reading Research and Instruction. 41, 331-344. Retrieved June 16, 2008 from ProQuest database. An Annotation […]Read more ›
Brookfield, S.D. (1995). Storming the citadel: reading theory critically. In Becoming a critically reflective teacher. Jossey-Bass Inc. (pp. 185-206). An Annotation by Laurie Walsh The […]Read more ›
Welcome to the first issue of The Edge of Education Carnival. As will all the issues to follow, this carnival is devoted to all those teachers out there on the cutting edge of teaching and learning. There is a lot go good stuff going on out there. Our mission in creating The Edge of Education Carnival is to collect that frontier work that is leading the way in teaching and learning–in all it’s chaotic glory.Read more ›