Daily Archives: December 6, 2010

M is for Method – What Is My Method?

Method is Dead. Long live Method! Methodology is Dead. Long live Methodology! OK, what gives. Hasn’t method and methodology long disappeared in ELT? Not according to Scott Thornbury, as he explains in this insightful video, “M is for Method”. Method … Continue reading

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Waiting for Superman: A Panel

Bill Gates, Geoffrey Canada, Davis Guggenheim, Eric Adler, Leslie Chilcott, Moderator Bob Schieffer participate in a panel discussion on the movie, “Waiting for Superman”. What is strikingly clear to me is that education is full of inequality for poor children. … Continue reading

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A Conversation on “Waiting for Superman”

October 4, 2010 – KQED’s Michael Krasny moderates a discussion of educational experts regarding the controversial film Waiting for Superman and the complex education issue of teacher quality. The panelists discuss the problem and all its intricacies as well as … Continue reading

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Breakthrough Learning in a Digital Age – Keynote – Geoff Canada

Geoff Canada, of the Harlem Children’s Zone talks about the danger of allowing technology to widen the gap between rich kids and poor kids and our responsiblity to ensure that this does not happen.

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Conversations at KCTS 9: Geoffrey Canada

http://kcts9.org/conversations President and CEO of The Harlem Childrens Zone, Geoffrey Canada is working towards ending generational poverty by focusing on students within a 97-square block area. He believes that some problems faced by poor families cant be solved for everyone, … Continue reading

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Geoffrey Canada Interview

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