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Title : Education Exposed
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ISBN : 9781482619195
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 118 Pages
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Education Exposed Reviews

  • Giacomo Gubert
    2018-09-17 05:24

    Un libro di testimonianza dalla trincee delle scuole urbane. L'ho acquistato per sbaglio pensando fosse di Matthew Kelly e non di Kelly Matthews. Per l'Italia è interessante l'analisi critica dei sistemi di valutazione e dell'ambiguità delle politiche dell'istruzione. Per alcuni aspetti l'Autrice mi sembra ingenua: se uno studente non è capace, al terzo tentativo, di individuare il verbo in una frase, non mi sembra che abbia primariamente bisogno di lezioni di retorica. La soluzione proposta spinge in direzione di un'autentica valutazione degli studenti, buono scuola per le famiglie, maggiore autonomia degli istituti.Forse l'Italia potrebbe trasformare il suo ritardo in un vantaggio saltando a piè pari gli eccessi delle pratiche valutative.

  • Jamie Leighton
    2018-10-15 02:27

    I read this book in one sitting. My niece is taking an education class at Harvard, and this was on the reading list. Loved it. I agree with her take on differentiation-- that it is very challenging (and often not possible) for teachers to differentiate lessons to meet all students needs in heterogeneous groupings. The book argues against a one-size fits all education system. If you want to know how the American education system is failing America's children, read this book. It's written in plain language.

  • Linnaea
    2018-09-25 09:01

    This was a quick read written by a teacher with 5 years experience, 4 in an urban school setting. She didn't pull any punches on the issues she faced and she wasn't shy about pointing out the differences between poor-urban and rich-suburban education. Matthews is not politically correct in this piece and her writing about what students were required to know about the English language was hilarious. It is another education book that needs to be read by people not in the field.

  • Jamie
    2018-09-28 06:26

    I enjoyed this book thoroughly. It's written by a teacher and contains a lot of "politically incorrect" statements based on her real life experiences. It should be required reading for anyone who is concerned about the current state of our educational system.