Monthly Archives: June 2012

This Week’s Posting is Delayed

I must apologize for not getting out this blog’s regular weekly posting today. In addition to it being Father’s Day, I have been tasked with preparing a major presentation for my district’s Board of Trustees. Rather than try to squeeze … Continue reading

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The Importance of Questions Part 3 – Curricular Implications

Among his many talents, my father is a carpenter. He is the one from whom I first heard the advice to ‘measure twice, cut once’. While this may have immediate applications within the world of carpentry and cabinet-making, it is … Continue reading

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The Importance of Questions Part 2 – Ethical Considerations For New Proposals

I am currently approximately 2/3 of the way through my planned career in education. In that time, like many others, I have seen a number of curricular (and other) proposals brought forward. In my observation, a small number of them … Continue reading

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