Feedback from #PSP2012 Participants
Thank you for joining nine leading voices in education, and more than 600 educators and parents/guardians from 125 schools and districts, to examine our shared commitments to the learning and the lives of children.
Participants are encouraged to share feedback about your experience, your reflections, your strategies, and your suggestions in a survey at http://cfee.me/PSP2012-REFLECTIONS. Check out excerpts from that feedback, or contribute to the dialogue, below!
For a press release summarizing events of the day, click here. For a copy of the covenant that served as an anchor for reflection in the afternoon session, click here. To view comments from the live response wall, click here.
Stay tuned for more updates, information, and resources — including videos and presentation slides — in the weeks to come!
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"G is for @RichardGerver: Enabling People To Fulfill Their Potential" (Thanks @MikePegg1): http://t.co/r7BollJIHI
4 weeks ago
"A democratic society is precisely one in which the purpose of education is not a given but is a constant topic for discussion..." - Biesta
1 month ago
RT @mdawriter: Using Banned Books to Address Race in Class
http://t.co/GSzjFUBG7q by @samsanator on @Tolerance_org blog. #BannedBooksWeek #edchat #educolor
3 months ago
Resources from The Peoples' Institute for Rethinking Education & Development | New Directions for Societal Learning: http://t.co/53yS5BRRyL
4 months ago
Resources from The Peoples' Institute for Rethinking Education & Development | Critiques of Factory Schooling: http://t.co/vZz3Dfw254
4 months ago
- "G is for @RichardGerver: Enabling People To Fulfill Their Potential" (Thanks @MikePegg1): http://t.co/r7BollJIHI
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