Sunday, April 24, 2005

I'm doing research for my curriculum class and came upon this interesting editorial from the History New Network about teaching history and what it means to "know" history: We Need to Develop New Ways to Teach Students History

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Connecticut's "un-American"head of Connecticut's Department of Education is taking on NCLB and Margaret Spellings: The New York Times > Education > At the Front of the Fight Over No Child Left Behind

Saturday, April 09, 2005

Last year, Duke gave every freshman an iPod. This year, they are scaling the program back to include only certain classes. Isn't that what a pilot program is for? - Duke takes targeted approach with iPod project - Apr 7, 2005

Thursday, April 07, 2005

Technology comes to the school bus: An article from the Washington Post about a Maryland school division installing video cameras on both the inside and outside of buses: School Buses to Give Live Video a Test-Drive (

Monday, April 04, 2005

It seems Democractic gubernatorial candidate, Tim Kaine, has made teacher evaluation a campaign issue. This opinion piece from The Daily Press does a good job of analyzing the problem: Evaluating teachers

Excellent article from an English teacher at Northern Virginia Community College about the pitfalls of teaching online: Why Online Teaching Turned Me Off ( (Free registration required)