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From Principal to Lead Learner: New Roles for Changing Times (Exceptional Educational Leadership)

Book Description Publication Date: March 27, 2013 Exceptional Educational Leadership is an experiential account of educational leadership. It fills a gap in the literature by not only looking at leadership in a theoretical way, but offers the reader a practical … Continue reading

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Essays on Education: Ten Chapters / Over 100 Pages – Available This Weekend!

I would like to introduce you to my next project (my 59th book), a book I’ve been planning to write for a long time (really). Professional Development The Quality of Teachers JOHN HARVARD PUBLIC SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE: A TURNAROUND MODEL … Continue reading

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Epiphany in A Cluttered Room [Kindle Edition]

Amazon Author Page: Thomas Jerome Baker ** Book Description Publication Date: April 27, 2013 I wrote Epiphany in A Cluttered Room because writing is life for me. I live to write and I write to live. It’s the first thing … Continue reading

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Inquiry Based Learning: Innovations for Deeper Teaching and Learning

LEARN from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/rickmereki”>Rick Mereki on Vimeo. The Essential Ingredients of a Quality Day of Learning: Ample time for hands-on, minds-on, hearts-on and senses-on doing. The International Baccalaureate® (IB) offers high quality programmes of international education to a worldwide community … Continue reading

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International Baccalaureate: Successful School Curriculum Under Attack

Ken Blackwell Fellow of The National Academy of Public Administration and the Family Research Council 08/02/2012 As a longtime school choice advocate, I am always in favor of giving parents the tools they need to ensure their children receive a … Continue reading

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Thousand Models Blog Tour: Looking for Hosts

Thousand Models Blog Tour What is a blog tour? A blog tour is when an author “visits” a bunch of blogs in a short amount of time in order to promote his or her book. At each of these visits … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: Take that, EdCampers! :-)

Hi, Director just added a new comment on EdCamp Toronto 2011. (220 comments) « Watching the EdCamp Toronto video made me wish that I had been there in-person instead of vicariously following the day on Twitter! The EdCamp Movement gets … Continue reading

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#EdcampSantiago is an Unconference: What?

Edcamp Santiago is an unconference. Fair enough, then, when you ask: “What’s an “unconference”? Click here: http://www.eventbis.com/edcamp Here’s the answer: unconference An unconference is a conference organized, structured and led by the people attending it. Instead of passive listening, all … Continue reading

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Unconference: What #EdcampSantiago Is

What’s Edcamp Santiago? Edcamp Santiago is about learning, sharing ideas, developing networks and engaging with the teachers and future teachers of the Chilean education community. Community. That’s a group of people who share a common goal, a common purpose, a … Continue reading

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P is for PPP: Scott Thornbury Explains, You Respond

Scott Thornbury debates the pros and cons of a “presentation-practice-production” language teaching model. The P-P-P is the method of teaching that most, if not all, novice teachers are trained to use. In my case, it was true. It gives you … Continue reading

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