Monthly Archives: February 2012

Great links to Assessment Workshops in the Content Areas

Recent Assessment Day at David Thompson Secondary, Vancouver, BC Presentations and Professional Literature http://martensvsb.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/assessment-in-action-follow-up-resources/ Pamela Hansen Secondary LD/Literacy Consultant Vancouver School Board Advertisements

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Useful grammar sites

http://www.ucalgary.ca/UofC/eduweb/grammar/ http://www.englishchick.com/grammar/ Pamela Hansen Secondary LD/Literacy Consultant Vancouver School Board

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Linda Kaser and Judy Halbert on Inquiry

Check out the detail in this look at Inquiry. Also visit Network of Innovation and Inquiry at http://www.noii.ca. http://martensvsb.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/inquiry-in-action.pdf Pamela Hansen Secondary LD/Literacy Consultant Vancouver School Board (

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Get Organized!

Great poster in Brenda Reeve’s classroom. Pamela Hansen LD/Literacy Consultant VSB

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Romeo and Juliet through Inquiry

Jeff Wilhelm makes Shakespeare accessible to all. Pamela Hansen Secondary LD/Literacy Consultant Vancouver School Board

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Assessment FOR Learning

One teacher’s experience with rubrics vs.descriptive feedback http://www.teachandlearn.ca/blog/2012/02/07/assessment-for-learning/ Pamela Hansen Secondary LD/Literacy Consultant Vancouver School Board

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Top 5 Websites for Teachers to use in their Classrooms

I see Top Ten, Top Five all the time, but these looked interesting. Enjoy! http://www.educationnation.com/index.cfm?objectid=9085A0C6-4EB1-11E1-B607000C296BA163 Pamela Hansen Secondary LD/Literacy Consultant Vancouver School Board

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