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Teaching: New York Times Sunday Magazine Preview

Yay, Spencer Fellows!  Get a head start on your weekend reading with this preview of Elizabeth Green's big Sunday Times Magazine article, Building A Better Teacher:

"ON A WINTER DAY five years ago, Doug Lemov realized he had a problem. After a successful career as a teacher, a principal and a charter-school founder, he was working as a consultant, hired by troubled schools eager — desperate, in some cases — for Lemov to tell them what to do to get better. But as he went from school to school that winter, he was getting the sinking feeling that there was something deeper he wasn’t reaching." 


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I finally got around to reading this. It's marvelous. Journalists everywhere should take note: THAT's how you do it.

I would like to know if anyone could tell me out of 100%, how many people do you think still read magazines and for what? Is it for fashion, gossip, news, to purchase products or other reasons? I would like to know if anyone could tell me this, or has anyone did any research on this. I need answers for my research?

This is great information – its encouraging to see online education is becoming more widely accepted and the benefits are backed up by a range of studies. www.gurukulamuniversity.in

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