Monthly Archives: August 2016

Documentation = Assessment

It’s that time of year again, time to look at our students, time to know what they know before we teach them what they need to know. Do we look at report cards? Check in with previous teachers? Check in … Continue reading

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Something About Summer

I usually write from a teachers’ perspectives in this road we call education. But today a quick post about a Facebook conversation from the parents’ perspective of summertime. A wonderful caring parent I know shared some of her thoughts about … Continue reading

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My Take On Curriculum

Why am I so attracted to the concept of geniushour, makerspaces, innovation, PBL (Project Based Learning)¬†and the like. I often think¬†about this as I read posts or tweets from teachers about the curriculum and getting ready for school. I guess … Continue reading

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