Top 5 Posts of 2014

Posted by Mary Hendra on December 24, 2014

2014 has been a great year for our blog, and we appreciate all of the writers, guests, commentors, partners, and inspiration that has been part of Learn+Teach+Share! So a big "THANK YOU" for being part of this community, with a snapshot of the top posts this year - as evidenced by page views and comments.

  1. Way back in August we had Steve Becton, Associate Program Director for Urban Education, help us with how to engage in civil dialogue about what had just happened to Michael Brown. The post has continued to resonate through the fall.
  2. This question of how to create a safe classroom for critical reflection was itself the focus of one of our other top posts as teacher Stephanie Carrillo shared how she thinks about setting up her classroom: Five Ways to Create a Safe Classroom Space.
  3. And, with the themes of reflection and race clearly hitting a chord, our third top post was Brian Gibbs' story of confronting his own potential bias and privilege as a result of one student: How a Student Helped Me Face Myself
  4. A new tech tool - Zaption - piqued interest with top post number four: FLIPPED: The Small Steps of Democracy in a Flipped Classroom.
  5. Rounding out our list is the blog post it took me months to write - or more accurately, to take a picture for: Selfie.

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Topics: Safe Schools, In the news, Using Technology

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