Liked Excellent teachers in an age of fads by Mark Enser (Teaching it Real)
Many things that get labelled as “fads” might work for an individual teacher (although many things might work better) but they only become fads when divorced from their original meaning and then are spread around and are imposed on other teachers.

I’ve always been interested in the idea that changing almost anything in the classroom will lead to improvement. This post digs around the territory. We probably teach at our best when we are enthused and the beginning of a fad is enthusiasm.

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