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Articles by Gary Stager
District Administration, May 2003
A Lotta Coloring Goin' On
The teaching of writing is as outdated as the indented paragraph. Here are some ways to fix it.
District Administration, Apr 2003
Knot in My Class!
Alarmists would like you to believe that crayons and mud pies are developmentally appropriate. KidPix is not.
District Administration, Mar 2003
Reinventing the slate
What Silicon Valley giveth, schools taketh away.
Reinventing the Slate
What Silicon Valley giveth, schools taketh away
District Administration, Feb 2003
How About "National Pencil Standards?"
ISTE’s vague standards and a potential exclusionary “seal of alignment” make one wonder whose side the group is on.
NOW SHOWING: Your Students’ Imaginations
If you’re not making digital movies in your school system, you should be.
District Administration, Jan 2003
Why's the Weather?
Scripts, curriculum fillers and a lack of vigorous thoughts are only three of the things wrong with school today.
District Administration, Dec 2002
Why teachers don't use computers
Blocked web sites, IT staff that exist to hinder staff, and restrictive policies make integrating technology too hard to overcome
District Administration, Nov 2002
The Power of Her Ideas
Education expert Deborah Meier explains why trusting teachers, involving parents and knowing your st
Sound bites won't fix education
Sound bites won't fix education. It will take education practices hard work and the ability to turn ideas into action
District Administration, Oct 2002
Enron and Education
Why are education experts being tossed aside in favor of politicans and business officials?
District Administration, Sep 2002
Beat the Band
Lessons learned, and unlearned, while trying to stay in tune.
District Administration, Aug 2002
The Best Kept Secret This Side of Italy
Reggio Emilia has been an Italian success story since it was created more than 50 years ago. Learn h
District Administration, Jul 2002
I'm Outta Here
Want to know why one of the most dynamic school leaders in the last 30 years is walking away from hi
Laptops Keep Falling on my Head
Maine's great laptop experiment should not be picked at, but applauded
District Administration, Jun 2002
Summer Reading, with a Purpose
School's almost out, and it's the perfect time to get in some interesting reading that will reinvigo
District Administration, May 2002
Critics of computers in education often argue the investment in technology detracts from the arts. T
In Search of the Holy Grail
Better living through turkey jerky and other "amazing" products.
District Administration, Apr 2002
WORD OF THE DAY
It's a simple idea that has multiple meanings.
District Administration, Mar 2002
A Novel Idea
Literacy's Secret Weapon
District Administration, Feb 2002
The New Three-Fifths Compromise
Why won't the Supreme Court treat children as people, too?
District Administration, Jan 2002
Introducing the Latest Leadership Trend-Talking
Don't draft a committee to increase communication, just incorporate some simple changes into everyd
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