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You're not welcome:teachers vote to ban OFSTED  The Independent  9 April 2012

'You're not welcome': teachers vote to ban Ofsted

You're not welcome:teachers vote to ban OFSTED The Independent 9 April 2012

The fact is, mother is more competitive than it has ever been. No longer do you just need to raise your children and care for your home and help your husband, but you also need to do it publicly, to display your triumphs for all the world to see. Perhaps worst of all, you need to watch others do it better than you. Every day you will see evidence of your own shortcomings.

The fact is, mother is more competitive than it has ever been. No longer do you just need to raise your children and care for your home and help your husband, but you also need to do it publicly, to display your triumphs for all the world to see. Perhaps worst of all, you need to watch others do it better than you. Every day you will see evidence of your own shortcomings.

Here is a blog post we wrote about Close Reading.  In this post we share ideas from Doug Fisher and Chris Tovani that we learned during the IRA conference

Here is a blog post we wrote about Close Reading. In this post we share ideas from Doug Fisher and Chris Tovani that we learned during the IRA conference

Attributes that make the most effective assistant principals

Attributes that make the most effective assistant principals

In today’s era where technology tops every field, one has to know a whole lot of information about the uses of IT and the issues that IT services can deal with. Nowadays, every company works with the up to date softwares and IT tools in his company and has to be a computer literate to know and work accordingly.

In today’s era where technology tops every field, one has to know a whole lot of information about the uses of IT and the issues that IT services can deal with. Nowadays, every company works with the up to date softwares and IT tools in his company and has to be a computer literate to know and work accordingly.

Why Would You Ever Give Money Through Kickstarter? - NYTimes.com

Why Would You Ever Give Money Through Kickstarter?

Why Would You Ever Give Money Through Kickstarter? - NYTimes.com

Hi, it's us, Introverts. We just wanted to write a quick note to everyone to clear the air. We have put together a list of things you should know!

An Open Letter from Introverts

Hi, it's us, Introverts. We just wanted to write a quick note to everyone to clear the air. We have put together a list of things you should know!

This is why I do what I do.  I need to make a poster of the list of core reading beliefs at the end.  Maybe a bulletin board.

This is why I do what I do. I need to make a poster of the list of core reading beliefs at the end. Maybe a bulletin board.

Critical Friends: The Benefits of Instructional Coaches - Finding Common Ground - Education Week

Critical Friends: The Benefits of Instructional Coaches - Finding Common Ground - Education Week

WowOWow...the Women on the Web for women of style and substance.

WowOWow...the Women on the Web for women of style and substance.

Annotated Bibliography on Teaching, Learning, and Faculty Development, wikiPODia | Teaching  Learning in Higher Ed.

Annotated Bibliography on Teaching, Learning, and Faculty Development, wikiPODia | Teaching Learning in Higher Ed.

Are We Better than This? | Marion Dane Bauer: Just Thinking

Are We Better than This? | Marion Dane Bauer: Just Thinking

The Humanities: Why Such a Hard Sell? by David J. Ferrero.    In our efforts to help students achieve economic success, let's not ignore the personal and civic goals of schooling.     "Has the study of history, literature, art, and ideas—what we commonly call the humanities—outlived its relevance?"

The Humanities: Why Such a Hard Sell? by David J. Ferrero. In our efforts to help students achieve economic success, let's not ignore the personal and civic goals of schooling. "Has the study of history, literature, art, and ideas—what we commonly call the humanities—outlived its relevance?"