On Teacher Leadership

  In my own mind, the judgments I form are held together by my ego; by giving them an aim, or by saying how it is that they follow each other, it directs and organizes them into a space of relation. The leader occupies an analogous position to the collective. The central concern of leadership,... Continue Reading →


“One measure of an effective teacher is that when students get excited when it’s testing time.” -sev   Examination time is the most feared part of a student’s school experience, for most. Why? Because we are trained to fear or avoid failing. Failing is bad! Failing causes stigma! Failing makes our parents angry! And so... Continue Reading →

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