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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
For this month, I am combining those often repeated howlers that students write on tests and say in class with a selection of actual back-and-forths between trial lawyers and witnesses. I wed these student stories/cartoons with courtroom exchanges to show … Continue reading
Yep, it is that time when children and youth return to school. This month’s cartoons celebrate that momentous time celebrated every year by parents and cartoonists. Enjoy! … Continue reading
For this month, I have selected cartoons that get at the vulnerability of public schools to social, economic, and political demands. The cartoonist’s pen captures how fads and fashions easily spill over schools since they are wholly dependent upon the … Continue reading
Over the years, I have run cartoons on teaching different subjects from math, science to social studies. This collection of cartoons looks at the teaching of English in K-12 schools (and teaching in general) and its effects on students, pupils, … Continue reading
Everyone who is a teacher and administrator has graduated college. They have had professors as teachers. Those educators who have advanced degrees have even more experience with professors as both teachers and researchers. Now is time to have those cartoonists … Continue reading
Yeah, I know I have been showing lots of cartoons about using technology. But I cannot help myself since I do laugh at how technologies have penetrated our (I include myself) lives. Taking a step back to laugh at ourselves … Continue reading
For this month, I have gathered a dozen or so cartoons that shine a light on different facets of life in schools. Enjoy!
For this month, I have gathered a bunch of cartoons that get at the fact that schools are political institutions. They are wholly dependent upon taxpayers and voters for resources to operate schools. Thus, parents, lobbyists, civic and business leaders, … Continue reading
This month I hope you will enjoy a dozen or so ways of picturing leaders in and out of school. If they get you to smile, let me know.