Category Archives: Education Reform

What trends, dynamics, and forces are at work to influence of the direction of education, especially as it relates to learning disabled/different, exceptional children.

Sir Ken, Part Two

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I always enjoy the big picture assessment from Sir Ken. Here’s his latest.

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Different learners require different models: here’s another one.

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One person’s view of how technology will change education.

I really like this site hosted by PBS. I do question the timing though; it may take that long for education to catch up, but not the kids. Again, the kids (or more accurately, the kids with access to technology) … Continue reading

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Kids Understand What’s Happening.

So, what does this have to do with kids who learn differently? Well, who else knows more about figuring out the best way to learn than the learner? The big word now is inclusion but inclusion only works with a … Continue reading

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Can learners take responsibility for their own learning? Mitra thinks so.

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An example of an effective teacher, and a model for the future of education.

http://www.ted.com/talks/john_hunter_on_the_world_peace_game.html

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