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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Holiday Reading


I just received my copy of Teaching as a Subversive Activity.  I'll have about several days to read it. 

Since so many education bloggers have suggested the book as must reading, I'm intrigued.  Copyright 1969...either timeless or ironic (the cover states, "A no-holds-barred assault on outdated teaching methods...").  Could it be that the methods they discuss in 1969 are still valuable, viable, and relevant in the 21st century of Web 2.0/Cloud computing? 

I am looking forward to the read.  Truth is, most of the new stuff is drivelous.

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