Learning styles are a myth. But if teachers believe in the myth, does it have an impact?
Learning the distinction between a good faith and a bad faith argument.
It’s no secret that Twitter is immensely popular with educators. Fire up Tweetdeck and search #edchat on any given night and you’ll find solid, animated discussions about the profession. It really does a great job serving as the village square for learning. Twitter is a public discourse. As such, it presents problems for public servants. […]