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For this month I have gathered a melange of cartoons about teachers of various subjects that made me chuckle, smile, and even grin. I hope they do the same for you as we bid goodbye to 2018. … Continue reading
The national holiday is upon us both in families and in schools. Here are some cartoons that brought a smile to my face. Enjoy!
For this month, I have selected cartoons that poke fun at practices parents use to create “good” children–be it traditional or non-traditional. I also include the interactions between teachers and kids in classrooms. These tickled me. I hope they do … Continue reading
I have been thinking and writing about the concepts of efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity in different occupations. A question crossed my mind: how do cartoonists look at these concepts? Thus, this month’s feature displays cartoons on these topics. Enjoy! … Continue reading
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
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
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
For this month I have turned to cartoonists who draw on their experiences in English, reading, and language arts lessons. Enjoy!
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