Monthly Archives: March 2013

Educational Reform According to Mary Elizabeth

On March 23, 2013 I posted the following comments on the “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constituion, in response to another poster’s remarks: ================================================= Poster: “ ‘Somebody once said something like: ‘Beauty and simplicity lie on the other side … Continue reading

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Ways to Teach Students Who Are Functioning on Different Instructional Levels in the Same Grade

I posted the following comments on the “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on March 21, 2013: “All students do not learn the grade level curriculum at the same RATE, or SPEED, of learning the material. These students can … Continue reading

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What Makes A Great Teacher?

From my remarks on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s blog “Get Schooled” about the performance, above, by Billy Joel with Vanderbilt University student, Michael Pollock: “How gracious of Billy Joel to ask the young man’s name – Michael Pollock – and to … Continue reading

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