Monthly Archives: February 2013

Overthrow the CIA

Not the Central Intelligence Agency — I’m talking about the Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment paradigm. It’s time to take a close look at it and figure some steps to get us to a more effective paradigm for causing learning. The initial … Continue reading

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Collaborate to Innovate!

There was a very interesting article in a recent edition of Education Week (January 23, 2013). The article focused on a group of eight California districts which had united to petition the USDOE for a waiver to NCLB. They were … Continue reading

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Why not set up your own Innovation Zone?

I’m proposing that some of the teachers I know think seriously about setting up an “Innovation Zone” at their school. Several state departments of education now have Offices of Innovation (or a variation). Those that I know of include Kentucky, … Continue reading

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