I wish I’d had this experience in elementary school.Read More Writing Outside
A regular helping of podcast Shakespeare. Very cool.Read More Shakespearecast
Derrall works with elementary students and has been thinking about recent publications about blogs in the mainstream media (Go, Clarence!). I have been, too, as we’re wrapping up a quarter and I have some student work that we’d like to publish and a new portal through which to do it. (I’m not sharing a link […]Read More Could a Blog be a Writing Workshop?
Looks like the librarians are with me.Read More The Hot Topic for the Moment
The professional organization that I asked about filters and censorship respectfully responded that the issues raised by Internet filters are not yet covered by the organization. The technologies are too new. Which is a fair position. This is new stuff. But if we wait until someone else sets the norms and the […]Read More Internet Filtering & the EFF
Chris has a dream job. He’ll be opening a new school next year in the heart of a museum. The conversation at his place is all about what to do when you’re starting from scratch. I especially like his ideas about student filmmaking. We begin our film course here in two weeks. I’m […]Read More What Would You Do?
The podcast today is about the need for a filtering policy and a bit on why I have a problem with who is in control of the filters. As always, I’m interested in your thoughts, ideas, suggestions, questions, and rants. Enjoy. Links mentioned in this podcast: The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison […]Read More Podcast: Time for a Filtering Policy
There’ve been some interesting comments on the filtering posts from earlier this week. With recent events in Colorado heating up the part of my brain that abhors censorship, I’ve got lots more to say. Miguel’s shared an interesting post on filtering. Good stuff. I’m subscribed.I’ll be podcasting on my drive home today to […]Read More Filtering Podcast a Brewing
David‘s got an interesting post today on being anonymous. I’d like to respond — but other work first. Response later.Read More Ethics of Anonymous?
They should be ashamed. The adults — not the teenagers.Read More How Dare They?