Research papers vs blogs: Defending “antiquated” teaching from 21st century education reform

I have a new guest post up at All Things Education, with my reactions to the latest salvo in the ongoing battle between research papers and blogs, and between high stakes testing education reform and its discontents.

Please head there and read it, and comment. I would love to hear reactions from my loyal readers.

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About Cedar Riener

College psychology professor, husband, father.
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2 Responses to Research papers vs blogs: Defending “antiquated” teaching from 21st century education reform

  1. For serious academic writing by high school students see The Concord Review, since 1987 the only journal in the world for the research papers of secondary students. We have published 967 papers from 44 states and 38 other countries. Samples at: http://www.tcr.org, or write me for information at: fitzhugh@tcr.org; Will Fitzhugh, Founder.

  2. rostumetru says:

    Very wisely all the best

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