We were sitting in a Starbucks in Arlington, Va. It was our first meeting. Previously, Iowa governor Tom Vilsack and I had talked by phone and exchanged blog pos (Why Not Ask Teachers How They Would Improve Our Schools?
Fozia Imran's insight:
A teacher plays a vital role in the education of a child and in building an image of a school. When given the ownership of a task, and the responsibility for improvement, they feel more responsible and dedicated towards the job.
Amy Mayer recently published a nice chart that breaks down the differences between "doing projects" and "project based learning." The chart, which you can get in its entirety from Amy's blog, does a nice job of breaking down the differences between these two commonly and incorrectly interchanged terms. Amy published the chart using Google Drive and you can get a copy to save in your Google Drive account if you visit Amy's blog.
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