Sharing: Checklist or Art Form? (via @gcouros)

Checklist or Art Form? What we teach is not really as important as how we teach. In my first years of education, those suggested activities were my lifeline. I needed them because I thought of teaching as more of a checklist, than an art form.  “If I do this, then I will be able to say that […]

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ⓔ Microsoft is bringing the Bash shell to Windows 10

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Microsoft is bringing the Bash shell to Windows 10 Here is an announcement from Microsoft Build you probably didn’t see coming: Microsoft today announced that it is bringing the GNU project’s Bash shell to Windows. Bash (Bourne Again SHell) has long been a standard on OS X and many Linux distribution systems, while the default […]

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Sharing: Timely feedback and relationships

How Meaningful Feedback for Teachers and Students Improves Relationships Students sit at desks, they rotate through periods and, in many ways, the school hasn’t revolutionized what it looks like to attend school. But, even within this traditional-looking environment, McComb is continually trying new things in his classroom. This year he’s challenging himself to do a […]

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