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mephisto-luchalibreHERE is Larry Ferlazzo’s recent New York Times article where he explains how to incorporate the Mexican wrestling phenomenon of Lucha Libre in a speaking, writing, and reading activity for English Language Learners. A video, slide show, and quiz is included.

Want to be a “boulanger(ère)”??

Had to share…

“Thierry Marx, the king of molecular gastronomy and judge on Top Chef France, has opened an école de boulangerie in the 20th arrondissement of Paris. What’s so extraordinary about this baking school is its mission: to train the unemployed and unskilled in a solid métier, thereby providing an opportunity for aspiring bakers to open up their own businesses. Traditionally, the professional formation is quite intensive and inaccessible for those without the means, so it’s remarkable that Marx’s school is free.”

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Diane Ravitch

VIDEO: Diane Ravitch believes education reform should focus on getting children out of poverty, not finding the bad teachers.  (08:11)

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Research Supports Global Curriculum`

Language immersion, global competence, and vibrant professional learning communities enhance student learning at Seattle’s John Stanford International School.

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By a KY teacher:

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