Monthly Archives: March 2013

Great Reads

I am ridiculously behind in my Literature posts, but work sometimes gets in the way. ┬áHere are my top picks. First, some outstanding Young Adult fiction. Such Wicked Intent (2012) by Kenneth Oppel follows This Dark Endeavour (2011), the story … Continue reading

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A Model for Re-Do’s and Reporting

Carolyn Durley’s post, Re-Do’s and Rolling Grades presents a manageable way to allow teachers to have their marks represent a student’s most recent and most consistent performance of Learning Outcomes for any course. It is followed by the compelling youtube … Continue reading

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What Assessment and Learning should look like

Thanks to Joe Bower in Alberta for this post. http://www.joebower.org/2013/01/heres-what-learning-looks-like.html Pamela Hansen LD/Literacy Consultant

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