Read this: “Writing in the 21st Century”

Posted: February 26, 2009 in Education, Elementary School, High School, Language Arts, Learning, Middle School, Reading, School, School 2.0, Students, teachers, Writing


  1. llabesab says:

    Shakespeare, in King Lear, got it wrong. To improve the world, you don’t rid yourself of Lawyers; Shakespeare should have said “Teachers.” The average teacher in the USA graduates in the bottom third of the college class. Putting them in a classroom is a classic case of “..The Blind leading the Blind.”

  2. nhokanson says:

    However, ultimately everyone is a teacher. We all have to learn things, and we all teach others. You present too simple of a solution, and I would like to see the data. Education is in a tough spot, and finding and carrying out real solutions is what we need rather than blanket statements of who is at fault or what the problems are. You can be part of the solution or part of the problem. What are your thoughts on the writing report?

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