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Angela Dye, PhD
Research, Development, and Innovation Influenced by Critical Pedagogy, Critical Race Theory, and Feminism
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Glenn Thrush Feb 23
Spicer: It's 'troubling" that Conn Gov. Malloy will resist immigrant round-up. Undermines "rule of law"
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Glenn Thrush Feb 24
Trump, who spoke to reporters off the record all the time -- and reportedly posed as his own PR man -- decrying use of unnamed "sources"
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Jose Vilson Feb 21
Resistance is more than knocking down an EdSec, but also about the pedagogies and attitudes we have towards our own students in our schools.
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ACLU National Feb 22
So then we will have the same basic response.
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Women's March Feb 22
We stand with the youth of . Today, and always. Please watch & share this video.
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
When you start talking about knowing, you'll find the political division between traditional & charter schools a distraction!
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
People want to talk about schooling. They don't want to talk about knowing.
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
This is why I am working on a piece entitled, "Stop Asking Me About ."
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
They don't tell us how well we we can analyze, synthesize,and create.
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
In short, tests only tell us how well we can remember, understand, and apply facts.
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
At least, I am always trying to get in the pocket of it!! :)
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
"But psychometrically and politically, those tests (by their design), cannot measure thinking on the upper end."
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Angela Dye, PhD Feb 20
"At bests, high stakes tests can show rigorous mastery of knowledge and skills on the lower end of the knowing spectrum."
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Antero Garcia Feb 19
To teach texts well & critically, we must not just know our classroom community but also ourselves. 1/2
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Garry Kasparov Feb 18
US democracy will survive Trump and come out stronger for the test. Americans are rediscovering what they took for granted for too long.
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BlueCerealEducation Feb 19
Q5B: “Students are digital natives; teachers are digital immigrants.” What's CRAP about this? Why do you HATE it?
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Jay Sorensen Feb 19
A5: Easy...listen to them. Give them a voice in what their learning environment looks like.
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Jeremy Koselak Feb 19
An important reminder for educators to examine and be willing to address personal biases.
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Alex Stubenbort Feb 19
A5Shatter the notion that a classroom is the only place where learning occurs. YOU'RE what makes a space a learning space
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Scott Dworkin Feb 19
Why is Trump more willing to work with Putin & Russia-than he is with Democrats?
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