'Classroom Intervention' is a hoax

Alexander Russo’s post on a new reality TV show called Classroom Intervention was classified as Made-up News, points out Matthew Tabor.  In other words, it’s a hoax. I linked to Russo in Teaching badly on TV.

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Comments

  1. Thanks, it’s always surprising what people will take as Gospel these days. Didn’t sound legit anyway! :-)

  2. I’ve been seeing this “announcement” all over the blogs (although I haven’t been writing, I have been reading). I have been looking for a good way to post this, but Joanne Jacobs actually…

    http://edthoughts.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/hoax-education-intervention/

    Wanted to give you credit for where my post came from.

  3. Have I ever told you all about the mascot for my old school the John Marshall Bears, and where the stuffed bear in the hall came from?

    I feel terrible, but when the bear attacked I had no choice but to punch it, reach down its throat, all the way down to the tail, and grab it. I pulled that poor bear inside out, and it tickled itself to death.

    Sad but true.

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