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Pedagogy Before Technology

By: Brian Aspinall


Before I go any further, I  recommend reading “Pedagogy before Technology” by DERYN M. WATSON, 2001 and ask yourself what knowledge do we need in the 21st century? 381 more words


Lessons from Finland: A Play in Two Acts

Finland has long been regarded as having one of the leading educational systems in the world. Each year, educators from across the globe make the trek to Finland in search of the “secrets” to their success. 1,082 more words

Professional Learning

#booksnotbullets - In Support of Malala Yousafzai’s Cause for Better Education and Less Violence

Did we know that Malala Yousafzai is one of my biggest role models? Because she is. I think it’s pretty obvious at this point.

Malala turns eighteen in a few days and like every year, she isn’t asking for gifts. 251 more words

“It completely changed my mindset” Clara Broomfield with a Student’s Perspective on the Course “Food and Culture”

Lauren Moore
University of Kentucky

Last week, we heard from Prof. Aimee Hosemann about her class “Food and Culture.” In this interview, we have the opportunity to hear from Clara Broomfield, a student in Hosemann’s class. 3,230 more words

Food Studies

The Journey Begins

The world is a fascinating place, always changing and ever moving towards an unknown future. Likewise, literacy education, in the global context, is a place of dynamism and has not yet arrived at its final destination, and perhaps never will. 347 more words


Report: What a Holistic Approach to Education Could Look Like

Findings based on the University of Chicago’s Consortium on Chicago School Research’s “Foundations for Young Adult Success: A Developmental Framework” report (say that three times fast): 147 more words


When to Be Strategic

In due course of any given day, we are busy at work, knocking off the tasks on our to-do lists.

Yet, rarely do we stop and ask: … 252 more words

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