Harken, ye anti-texting dogs

I Profe{|s|s}e to teach thee, that art vtterly ignorant, to reade perfe{ct}ly, to write truly, and with iudgement to vnder¬≠ {|st}and the rea|son of our Engli{|sh} tongue with great expedition, ea|se , and plea¬≠|sure. from the English School Maister Clearly Langvich, like Arithmeticke, doth naught chan-geth. Language is your servant. Language is not your master. […]

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Another Change or Die Education Video

Another 21st Century Plea from Tom Woodward on Vimeo. I have mixed feelings about making this1. It has reached the level of mediocrity. Comments regarding ways to improve it are welcome2. This has inspired me to get moving on the mock change education video I’ve been planning for a while. I’ll detail how it’ll be […]

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Observation Video – Elementary Math

Elementary Math Classroom Observation from Tom Woodward on Vimeo. This is a fairly straight forward classroom observation video aimed at helping teach our admins about gathering data. The focus of this particular video was engagement. I’ll be posting the pre-observation interview later. This is part of our revamped professional growth process. It’s pretty interesting if […]

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What do you wish you’d learned in school?

I was conversing with Jon Becker on Twitter a while back. He’d retweeted this tweet1 to this 50 questions project. Basically, the idea is to go someplace and ask 50 people a fairly open ended question. In this particular case, they asked people “Where would you like to wake up tomorrow?” That stirred up some […]

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Three Teachers on Integration

Untitled from Tom Woodward on Vimeo. Despite the massive amount I still need to learn as a videographer and editor, these three teachers say some interesting things. It’s worth thinking about how some of their responses parallel despite open questions and not hearing each others responses. The video is about 7 minutes long and has […]

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