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Cartoons on Efficiency and Productivity

For the past 35 years of school reform, business practices and, yes, even metaphors–“the bottom line,” “return on investment,” and titles such as “CEO” and “Director” have been present in classrooms, schools, and districts. This month, I feature cartoons on … Continue reading

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Cartoons on Educator, Student, and Corporate Decision-making

Unlike the Garfield cartoon, everyone makes decisions. Especially educators and CEOs.   This month my gallery of cartoons look at different folks making decisions in and out of education, with or without data, and similar contradictions. Enjoy!       … Continue reading

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Cartoons on Using Data to make Decisions

Go anywhere in education, medicine, justice system, and, of course, corporate America and evidence-based decision-making and Big Data are the rage. Cartoonists have joined the fray. Enjoy!                           … Continue reading

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Cartoons on Teaching English

For this month I have turned to cartoonists who draw on their experiences in English, reading, and language arts lessons. Enjoy!                      

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Cartoons on Screen Time for Children and Adults

The amount of adults, children, and youth spend watching tiny screens–smart phones–medium screens–tablets and laptops–and big screens–television/cable have made a splash in social and mainline media in the past year. Too much time watching all sorts of screen, according to … Continue reading

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Cartoons on University Teaching and Life

For this month, I gathered a bunch of cartoons that poke at higher education teaching, advising of masters and doctoral students, and the life of university students. Enjoy!                         … Continue reading

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Cartoons on Grading

A recent post on this blog dealt with a teacher who gave every student he taught an A. It turned out badly for that teacher. Tests, report cards and grading have a long history of conflict between teachers and students, … Continue reading

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Cartoons on Mediocrity

Over the past few weeks I have been thinking about how Americans consider familiar concepts such as “average,” “middling,” and “mediocre.” I have written a few posts on the stigma attached to being “average” in American society and how closely … Continue reading

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Cartoons on Families Raising Kids

For this month, I have scoured the web for loving descriptions, cartoons and instances when families interact with their kids. Cartoonists have always had fun examining kids and their parents. Enjoy!                   … Continue reading

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Cartoons on Addiction to Technology

The following collection of cartoons on technology addiction come from a blog post at Examined Existence. I selected the ones that had not appeared on posts that I had published on the same topic. Enjoy!           … Continue reading

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