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Who Owns Your Assessments?

I had the privilege of spending a whole day last week with a room full of smart, creative teachers thanks to Common Sense Ed’s 2017 Teacher Institute, “Assessment Beyond the Gradebook.” This conference covered a lot of ground, but at the … Continue reading

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Making space

My major New Year’s resolution is to teach less. And no, not because grading is interfering with my precious sleep. It’s like this. When I first started as a young teacher, I led long, unstructured discussions of readings. We had … Continue reading

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