Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Tengo un "gatto"
In Gatto‘s article she said, “Commercial programs endorse themselves as foolproof. Who are the fools in the foolproof? The companies and districts that align their instruction to commercially produced literacy programs believe it to be teachers! Teachers are not fools! Why do they allow themselves to be considered as such?” (p.31) So why? Is it that some people are just lazy and want to get by doing very little? Is it those who are “just in it for the money.” Is it teachers who are scared that they are not tenured yet? Ideas?
Posted by Tamara Niquette at 2:40 PM