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Using Wiki in Education

Has anyone read this book? (http://www.wikiineducation.com/display/ikiw/Home) I'm trying to decide if it's worth the money. I did see that…

Started by Karen Fasimpaur

0 Aug 17, 2007

My summer book reports

Well, it's almost the end of the summer. I can't believe it went so fast, but I did read some great books. Here's a quick list of the ones…

Started by Karen Fasimpaur

0 Aug 17, 2007

The Myth Of Laziness

Mel Levine strikes again with his enormous insight into the frustrations of children dealing with different minds. He gets deep into the di…

Started by Kevin

2 Jul 7, 2007
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Informal Learning by Jay Cross

For the first few pages I thought that Jay Cross was only stating the obvious. However, in laying down his approach to this magnificent wor…

Started by Ray Tolley

0 Jun 24, 2007

Back From the Brink

Written by Michael Edwardes and Published in 1984 this paperback is now a historical cameo of Industrial Relations in the UK motor industry…

Started by Ray Tolley

0 Jun 20, 2007

Two excellent new books on Society 2.0+

We at WeAreTeachers are greatly influenced by the ideas of "The Long Tail". We are very interested in enabling Long Tail economics for the…

Started by Kelly Looney

2 Jun 14, 2007
Reply by Kelly Looney

Interesting sounding book about the problems of the undeveloped world

This book talks about lower economic strata of the world and it's resistance to aid, commerce, and most other forms of development. Clearly…

Started by Kelly Looney

0 Jun 7, 2007

Two Books That Cross Borders

I highly recommend two books that take their readers across borders and into areas of the world where conflict is rampant and perhaps the l…

Started by Greg Farr

1 Jun 6, 2007
Reply by Skip Zilla

There Are No Shortcuts

Rafe Esquith is an elementary school teacher in Los Angeles. I gave a copy of this book to every one of my staff members - even though we a…

Started by Greg Farr

0 Jun 4, 2007

Discover Your Genious: How to Think Like History's Ten Most Revolutionary Minds

This book was interesting to me from a couple of points of view. I do love history and I wanted to see how the author, Michael Gelb was goi…

Started by Kevin

0 Jun 3, 2007

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