I saw this a while back, and thought it was brilliant. I want a poster of it for my classroom. But in the meantime, look at it here. If you’re wondering, Am I really taking part in a rational argument here? Is my argument really based on reason? run your argument through this flowchart. I got it from here, but I think it originates with this guy.
- Linking to editorials should not be interpreted as an endorsement of the authors' views.
- RT @nathancphillips: @aplangcomp You have me thinking about power in groups but also teacher to group--How do teachers sanction/not what's … 2 days ago
- Huh. So weird RT @mcleod: All of the best teachers in Mass. just happen to be working in the most affluent districts bit.ly/1geU1Bf 2 days ago
- @nathancphillips Watched ths unfold w student film documentaries. When kid in a grp takes ldrshp role, I like, bt can't officially sanction 2 days ago
- @nathancphillips ... but that's hard to articulate in context whr we pretend all have equal power, & discourage thinking about power. (2/2) 2 days ago
- @nathancphillips Yes, I'd posit that power imbalance is the real objection to group work from students' perspective when they object (1/2) 2 days ago