Archive for the ‘Who's Who of "Reform"’ Category

University Had Short Attention Span for Superteaching

Friday, May 28th, 2010

USA TODAY The University of Alabama in Huntsville recently dissolved a contract with a self-styled business guru — who had a history of fraudulent business practices — to help develop a piece of teaching technology aimed primarily at K-12 students. But some observers are wondering why it took the university six ...

Know Your Consultants

Friday, September 4th, 2009

September 2, 2009 Flashpoint Blog The University of Alabama in Huntsville has put up its credibility as an institution of higher learning as collateral to develop and market the invention of a twice convicted con man — and no one seems to be paying attention. The “invention” in question is called Super ...

Future of Teaching Profession Keynote

Saturday, January 31st, 2009

Future of Teaching Profession Keynote [PDF]

Synervision International

Saturday, January 31st, 2009

Synervision International

Working On the Work: An Action Plan for Teacher, Principals, and Superintendents by Phil Schlechty

Monday, May 26th, 2008

This is a review by Sandy Clevenger In Phil Schlechty’s book, Working On the Work: An Action Plan for Teacher, Principals, and Superintendents, I was struck by some of the statements made in this book.  Many of the statements directed toward teachers are things already taught in university.  However, “skills” taught ...