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    Archive for February, 2008

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    Education, Schooling and Learning…what’s in a name?

    The faculty at my former University/employer is engaged in complicated discussions over the possibility of re-naming their unit.  Currently, they are the School of Education and Allied Human Services (SOEAHS).  The AHS part was added not too long ago to properly recognize the many non-school-based programs within the unit.  When I was there, my feelings […]

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    Educational Leadership Policy Standards

      Originally uploaded by seduction by snapshots Those of us in the business of preparing school leaders through universities and those of us who work in institutions accredited by NCATE are held accountable to a set of standards developed collaboratively by a bunch of different organizations. Those standards, formerly known as the ISLLC standards, have […]

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    Moneyball and Education

    There’s an argument/discussion/meme bouncing around the blogosphere that is RIGHT in my wheelhouse.  I learned of it through eduwonkette and she provides the links in the chain.  Since I’ve written about this before, I’ll chime in again… The discussion is based on the premise that judging teachers using a value-added analysis is the equivalent of a […]

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    Musings from VSTE

    If you’ve never seen Hall Davidson give a keynote presentation, you’ve really missed out.  He had a few thousand educators rolling on the floor (figuratively, of course).  Very bright, very funny…and inspiring!  I hope that one day I can present as well as he does. Today, of all things, I learned about the law.  Three […]

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    Heading to VSTE Conference

     I’m leaving tomorrow morning for the annual conference of the Virginia Society for Technology in Education (VSTE), my new home state’s affiliate of ISTE.  I’m looking forward to networking and getting the lay of the ed. tech. landscape across the Commonwealth.  I’m certainly discouraged about the following facts from the 80 page program of the […]

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