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but what are they saying?

ed zed omega

very cool. just had to share.

this is what it’s about no? listening deeply. without an agenda.

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experimenting with the intersection of city and school. http://about.me/monika_hardy

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2 thoughts on “but what are they saying?

  1. “Do not ask who [we are] and do not ask [us] to remain the same; leave it to our bureaucrats and the police to see that our papers are in order. At least spare us their morality when we speak.”

    Posted by Brent Snavely | August 22, 2012, 5:02 pm
  2. Irrelevant is the one word that keeps coming to mind when I ponder education in America. I wonder what a wide poll would reveal about how young adults truly feel about education? To me, it is mostly a social experience plagued with mind-numbing curriculum and control for performance that makes little difference and sense to the real world after highschool. Let’s try individual inquiry-based curriculum that can be tailored for each student. Read, write and discuss bigger ideas (Socratic) while providing ops for students to go deeper into subjects of interest and authenticity.

    Posted by Sandy | August 28, 2012, 9:42 am

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