Why, yes - I AM a bit behind on the weekly wrap-ups lately. It's just that, with the time of year, and state elections, and some uncertainty regarding, you know, how much anyone - I'm genuinely sorry. I should try to stay more... I mean, not that it's any reflection, I just -
DON'T JUDGE ME!
It's Testing Season. Shut Up And Be The Same.
Ode to Standardized Testing:
I don’t really do book reviews. There are plenty out there already, and I’m not very good at it. But that’s not the biggest problem with my attempting this one. The real issue – at least potentially – is that I’m an old straight white guy about to share my thoughts on a collection of essays, the subjects of which often involve the annoying tendency of old straight white guys to think they deserve final critique of everything.
So the irony is a problem.
It’s been several wild weeks for #OklaEd and #OKPE4PE. I’m sure more weirdness is coming. The beauty of it is that we never know what or when.
Where is fairly predictable.
In the meantime, though, it’s possible you’ve missed some quality edu-bloggery from #OklaEd and beyond – some of which isn’t even about fighting legislative insanity.
Politics Make Me Tired
I'm certain that's a large part of why many otherwise productive, caring people in our worlds don't seem to get involved or vote their convictions more often.
There are too many really good blogs and essential posts to keep up with. You can't read them all, but you really shouldn't miss them, either. I can't fix or solve everything, but this last issue is one I can at least mitigate. So here are some things you absolutely should not miss from the past week. Or two. Or the past month. I've been behind...