Saturday, April 28, 2007


The Educational Jargon Generator looks like a potentially quite useful tool. This weekend I have to re-visit and edit the soul crushing document about which I've lamented previously. The jargon generator should help me come up with spiffy-sounding phrases that our accrediting body will surely love:

  • target strategic applications

  • disaggregate meaning-centered education

  • embrace hands-on competencies

  • streamline synergistic units

The list is endless. (Actually, it's not technically endless. I calculate that there are 204,750 possible phrases. This should be plenty.)

[Via Casing Out Nines]

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