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Unlocking Teacher Expertise

Publication date: Oct 2, 2013

When I give a talk to educators I usually include what I call my “scariest slide ever,” which is a picture of kindergarten teachers studying a spread sheet.

I call it scary because I know — and most educators know — that for the most part, kindergarten teachers don’t become kindergarten teachers because they want to pore over data. They become kindergarten teachers because they want to teach little kids.

To many educators, studying spreadsheets seems as if it belongs to another profession entirely. But it doesn’t.

Read the full article on The Huffington Post Impact.

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