My call to action: stop teaching chronologically.
Authors Garfield Gini-Newman and Roland Case don’t go easy on the reader in the first chapter so I think it’s important to ease into the critical thinking with a bit of philosophy. I have often been criticized for being quick to jump at anything shiny and new in education so I found Chapter 1 to […]
WARNING: the following response could be seen as a rant. It probably is. I read the Cochran-Smith & Lytle article with some trepidation. One of the hard things about being a teacher-librarian in 2013 is that I expect any day now that some policymaker is going to make me redundant. Ouch. So when I read […]