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Our reading of We Make the Road By Walking continues in the new year. Different people have been posting about their progress at their own pace, sharing reflections for the general conversation. (You can read previous blog posts and comments discussing … Continue reading
Over the past month we’ve been reading We Make the Road By Walking. A bunch of us have been discussing it through blog posts here, on other folks’ blogs, on Twitter, through Google Docs, hacked images, data visualizations, and a … Continue reading
Welcome to our book club’s ongoing reading of We Make the Road by Walking. In this post we can discuss chapters 5 (“Education and Social Change”) and 6 (“Reflections”). Here I’ll offer a summary of the reading, followed by links to … Continue reading
Our online book club’s reading of We Make the Road by Walking continues. And it’s becoming something both new and awesome. Ten days ago I tried to summarize all of the activity going on by looking at the many things fellow … Continue reading
Welcome to our book club’s ongoing reading of We Make the Road by Walking. In this post we can discuss chapter 4, “Educational Practice”. Here I’ll offer a summary of the reading, followed by some reflections and discussion questions. I’m also … Continue reading
One of the great pleasures of teaching, parenting, or politicking is seeing the people involved cut loose on their own, being productive and creative on their own initiative. I have always taught with this in mind, considering that’s how people learn … Continue reading
Welcome to our book club’s ongoing reading of We Make the Road by Walking. In this post we can discuss chapter 3, “Ideas”. In this post I’ll offer a summary of the reading, followed by some reflections and discussion questions. To … Continue reading
Welcome to our book club’s reading of We Make the Road by Walking. In this post we can discuss the first two chapters, “Introduction” and “Formative Years”, along with the book’s front matter and anything else that pertains. In this post … Continue reading
Our online book club is about to start talking about We Make the Road by Walking. Plenty of people have indicated interest across social media, from Twitter to Facebook. So a logical question to ask is, how will we do this? … Continue reading
As our book club finishes up its most recent science fiction reading, we are getting ready for our next title. And this time we will switch away from sf, and towards education. Not just education, in fact, but a work … Continue reading