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October 29, 2007



it's all just a little unfortunate that Dan even asks for 'pimping'.

i totally agree with you that the best teachers can teach under the shade of a tree. they might very well be druids, but they know that at the core of quality teaching is the foundation of a relationship.

it's this relationship that affords good teachers the ability to connect with their charges, but also to inspire and challenge them to become better people once they leave the comfort of the shady tree.

i just hope the rain holds off.

Greg Bicknell

I am amazed at the number of people that think technology is going to replace the teacher. What a mistake that would be. You hit the nail on the head with your descriptions of the nuances that go in to the art and craft of teaching. Power failure... no big deal for the seasoned teacher... but give them the power... and wonderful things can be added! Nice work Dan and Greg.

Dan Meyer

I feel like School 2.0 and I are slowly reaching some common understanding, particularly of my role within it. Thanks for your thoughts on the matter, Greg.

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