Ephemera

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“Ephemera” refers to works or texts that are expected to be short-lived or related to current events. In the case of the Education History 101 blog, this means writing on education in the modern era, including essays on politics, race, gender, assessment, Twitter threads, and more.

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Appearances

Appearances

Other podcast hosts have graciously allowed me to come on and talk about things I'm passionate about. They include: Human Restoration Project S2, E17: Is the factory model a myth? Visions of Education E46: Women in Education History Ask Historians E121: Education of...

Recommended books on feedback and language

Recommended books on feedback and language

Getting good at feedback is mostly about practice. Lots and lots of practice. And being very clear on the type of feedback the person is looking for and making sure the feedback attends to that. There are, though, some texts I've found to be useful for crafting...

What I’m Currently Reading

What I’m Currently Reading

Pursuit of Knowledge: Black Women and Educational Activism in Antebellum America by Kabria Baumgartner. It's wonderful and incredibly accessible while providing the reader a detailed history of the women's lives.

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

Ohio State Normal College, Freshmen Class, 1903 (Source) For Women's History Month 2017, we highlighted events from history that involved women educators or provided a brief bio of a woman educator. Some of these names and stories may be new and some may be familiar....

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