An expert's guide to education technobabble

March 1990
Emergency Librarian;Mar/Apr90, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p72
Focuses on EdSpeak, a language used by most educators. Remarks of the writer Perry Garfinkel about EdSpeak and the purpose of educators in creating a glossary of education terms; Sample of Garfinkel's glossary of EdSpeak.


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