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No, not this Wednesday. I mean the day of the week. It is often reviled, being the midpoint between weekends. The week may feel as if it's dragging by.
But now we have the Education Carnival each and every Wednesday. It is again hosted this week by the Education Wonks. They have once again put together a fabulous collection of posts. My faves this week are
- Why Reading is Still in Whole-Land by Letters from Lisa. Truly a thoughtful and well-written essay that deserves your attention.
- Teaching at the Turn of the Century from The Common Room. They post the exam their great-grandfather had to pass in order to obtain a teaching license at the turn of the 20th century. How well would you do with this?
- Coturnix over at Science and Politics has posted about how he will teach college biology in 8 class meetings. He's using Malaria as a case-study throughout---a brilliant idea.