- We'll cover 2-3 books in July and August, with the possibility of continuing into the school year if people were interested.
- Our discussion can take many forms: guest posts, a virtual meetup, a collaborative blog such as Tumblr, or we can adopt ideas from the Professional Learning Communities model
- This is intended to be a no pressure, interesting, fun thing to do this summer. I wonder myself if doing a book club that's unrelated to teaching and education would be better (and I'm open to that possibility as well).
- One book I'm interested in for our first book is Hope and Despair in the American City: Why There Are No Bad Schools in Raleigh by Gerald Grant. What do you think?
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Tags: professional development
I've been cooking up several projects for the summer, one of which is starting a book club to read and discuss several teaching and education themed books. Here's what I'm thinking:
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