Sunday, August 19, 2012

TOOL TWO:  The points that stood out to me are to use explicit feedback rather than an empty phrase such as "that is correct,"and to make sure to complement the blogger when providing criticism. It is different from working with a teammate because it is easy to type anything without thinking of the tone of the words you use.

Share the url or name of a blog or social network that you plan to visit in the future. What does that site have to offer?

This site is amazing because it not only updates you on the social and political context of education reform, it actually discusses the nuts and bolts of applying theoretical concepts of good pedagogy into your daily lessons and interactions with students.

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