The Week That Was. If you haven't checked them out already, two essays demand your immediate attention. First is Kate Canales'...
The Week That Was. If you haven't checked them out already, two essays demand your immediate attention.
First is Kate Canales' The Importance of Right-Brain Thinking in Education, about how teaching design to middle schoolers clarified one teacher's definition of the discipline.
Next up, Mike Copperman's essay, Teaching: Notes from the Front Lines, where he reflects on his days as a Teach for America corps member in the Mississippi Delta.
Here's our list of the 15 must-read books of 2010. Which are yours?
The Morning Roundups steadily picked up steam, as did Nikhil's post on teachers' unions attempting to rescue their tarnished image. Don't forget to check out how college women in the 1940s got dressed or Meg Whitman's plan for revamping California's education system.
And if you haven't done so already, be sure to vote on the Pepsi Refresh Project (there are over 800) of your choosing.
Rendering of an Edible Schoolyard via Work Architecture for The New York Times.