"Education-as-we-know-it is about building hierarchies - among athletes . . . "
How 2012 Nobel Prize Winner Dissed by His High School Biology Teacher
"The gateways we have in education . . . have a huge influence . . ."
Including Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Congratulations Vicki Abeles for Raising Funds for next film "Beyond Measure"
Why Johnnie and Jane don't like to read . . . and what to do about it
Alfie Kohn Delivers a Powerful Essay About MOTIVATION & Learning
The secret message communicated to most young people today by the society around them is that they are not needed, that the society will run itself quite nicely until they - at some distant point in the future - will take over the reigns. Yet the fact is that the society is not running itself nicely... because the rest of us need all the energy, brains, imagination and talent that young people can bring to bear down on our difficulties. For society to attempt to solve its desperate problems without the full participation of even very young people is imbecile.Alvin Toffler
John Holt: The Seven Ways to Picture a Student's Understanding - - - by CJ Westerberg
Michael Jordan & LeBron James duke it out
Tony Wagner, Former HS teacher, Principal & Co-Director At Harvard School Of Education Posts. "The Ability To Ask The Right Questions Is The Single Most Important Skill."
"If I were trying to select a school system for my children or grandchildren, I'd beware of . . . ." - Howard Gardner, Harvard School of Education
Many parents in the United States assume that (math ability) is just some kind of aptitude - some kids have it, some kids don't . . . The result is most of our kids (in the U.S.) don't do really well in Math . . ."
New update December 2, 2013 which includes Yong Zhao link and comments PLUS CNN videos
Truth in Humor ---- It's come to this, folks
The 10 Essential Rules for Engagement
"No one, after 12 years of Chinese education, has any chance to receive a Nobel prize, even if he or she went to Harvard, Yale, Oxford or Cambridge for college . . ." Yong Zhao