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  • n. The jargon used by educators.


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education +‎ -speak


  • Excuse the lack of eduspeak in this, since I am in the process of making the move from geek to teacher whilst still retaining the geek.

    Teaching the Intuitive Learning of Software

  • Because then I'll sleep to little and have to get up to spew forth copious amounts of eduspeak in a document I have to generate ASAP.

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  • The bad thing is that actually prepping the course syllabus would have done the same thing without the mind numbing eduspeak put there to satisfy the bureaucrats that I can be as incoherent as they are if i put my mind to it.

    Wired Campus

  • I managed to put butt in chair long enough to make a dent in composing a mind numbing eduspeak document about a course I'm going to be teaching.

    Wired Campus

  • Come home and stay up and work on mind numbing eduspeak document while kids are at school.

    Wired Campus

  • Quick, thoroughly unscientific visual surveys of the libraries - called "media centers" in eduspeak - of Guilford County high schools of late give the impression that they're hardly beehives of activity, at least as far as books are concerned.

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  • a special kids - special is eduspeak for disadvantaged - with small class size and exclusive access

    Why We Banned Legos


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