Best of September 2014 on B or I

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September 2014 may be remembered as the “Ways Teachers (do things) ” blog post month. Feeding off of August’s most popular post ever, 6 Ways Teachers Kill the Joy of Reading, the “ways teachers. . .” posts spilled into September, and you seemed to love them (don’t worry, there are more coming).

Reading, math, flipped learning, and homework (always a B or I favorite)  were just a few of Brilliant or Insane’s September 2014 best. With October steaming forward, let’s pause briefly and look back.

Best of September 2014 on Brilliant or Insane
  1. 6 Ways Teachers Kill the Joy of Learning
  2. 8 Ways Teachers Make Students Love Math
  3. 8 Ways Teachers Make Students Love Reading
  4. Why Marzano’s Homework Research is Flawed
  5. Dear Principal, Do Your Old School Mandates Inhibit Learning?
  6. 4 Steps to Revolutionize Education: The Throw Out Grades Challenge
  7. 6 Keys to the Flipped Classroom: Infographic
  8. School Uniforms: Brilliant or Insane?

So, which posts are brilliant and which are insane? You tell us.

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