Susie Clifford

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Issues

In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“We can create organizations that operate consistently outstanding urban schools that serve disadvantaged kids. …

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“I’m so fast that last night I turned off the light switch in my bedroom and was in bed before the room was …

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Sometimes it’s useful to make a deliberate ‘mistake,’ agreeing to dinner with a guy who is not your normal type. …

Education

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“I don’t know about you, but I’m really bad at being self-disciplined about things I don’t care about.”<p>David Brooks …

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Teaching is the profession that creates all other professions.”<p>Richard DuFour (see item #1)<p>“The way we’re going to …

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In This Issue:<p>9. Short items: (a) Online lessons in the arts; (b) AP art website<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“If people knew how hard I had to work to gain my …

Pedagogy

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Being a well-educated person and passionate about learning isn’t just about reading and computing well… Music and …

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Today, no reason exists to subject elementary-school pupils to IQ tests. All the reasons that once seemed so …

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In This Issue:<p>7. Short items: (a) Patterns from vibration; (b) World language assessments;<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“If you are lucky enough to never …

Pedagogy

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“It’s orange juice for some, orange drink for others.”<p>Tommy Chang, Boston Public Schools superintendent, commenting …

Pedagogy

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Most of us are infected by what learning theorists call ‘illusions of fluency,’ which means that we believe we have …

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“We must embolden girls to master skills that at first appear difficult, even dangerous.”<p>Caroline Paul (see item …

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In This Issue:<p>12. Short items: (a) Unite for Literacy website; (b) Retrieval practice website<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“If the central purpose of education …

Teaching

Children are more resilient at 10 years old than 15, study finds

Researchers behind a massive study on young people and resilience have been asking around 78,000 Australian children and teens this question. The …

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Educators have access to a dizzying array of virtual learning opportunities, but they must be mindful that working …

What's Worth Learning in School?

Professor David Perkins likes to tell this story: Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi was getting on a train. One of his sandals slipped off and fell to the …

Pedagogy

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Making schools smaller was not an inherently unsound strategy. It was a poorly shepherded one.”<p>Jack Schneider (see …

Pedagogy

BrightSide — Inspiration. Creativity. Wonder.

She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes by the Sink

It seems so unreasonable when you put it that way: <i>My wife left me because sometimes I leave dishes by the sink.</i><p>It makes her seem ridiculous; and makes me seem like a victim of unfair expectations.<p>We like to point fingers at other things to explain why something went wrong, like when Biff Tannen …

Issues

In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“I’ll give you my definition of education: 17 years of sustained sitting. Boys are much antsier than girls. Girls are …

A Weekly Roundup of Important Ideas and Research in K-12 Education

The Marshall Memo, published 50 times a year since 2003, is designed to keep principals, teachers, instructional coaches, superintendents, and other …

Concerns

Home | Concerns-Based Adoption Model<p>Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM)<p>The CBAM website has been redesigned: Please see the new Concerns-Based …

Issues

In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“No child is destined to become a gang member.”<p>Sara Truebridge (see item #2)<p>“If you’re hiding from an abusive …

Issues

In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“We nurture our students and help them grow intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally.”<p>A school mission …

Pedagogy

What Can Tech Coaches Learn From the Marketing Masters?

We are all familiar with the Diffusion of Innovations theory or the Roger’s Adoption Curve, even if we don’t call it by the official name.We all know …

Quiz: a week in 12 questions + Caption Competition

• 2.5 million<br>• 3.8 million<br>• 4.3 million<p>‘Actually'<br>• ‘Thank you'<br>• ‘Just'<p>Life on Mars?<br>• Space Oddity<br>• Changes<p>To grow organs for transplants<br>• To find a cure for …

The Weekly Themes Calendar

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In This Issue:<p>Quotes of the Week<p>“Stop crying. You’re not a baby anymore.”<p>Teacher to an elementary school boy during class (see item #1)<p>“Teaching is a …

Teaching

This Is How You Lose Her

On a beach in the Dominican Republic, a doomed relationship flounders. In the heat of a hospital laundry room in New Jersey, a woman does her lover’s …