Are you keeping up? Are we keeping up?
The dominant narrative about education says no. Teachers perpetually lag behind other more innovative fields, maybe by as much as a 100 or 150 years, depending on who you listen to. But there is no reason to believe such a narrative is true, and every reason to examine how it retains its hegemony.
In 1935, Oscar Campbell wrote in The English Journal:
“A time of accelerate social change like the present it always a time of exaggeration. The strain of constantly making new adjustments frays the nerves and distorts the…
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