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Challenges of Assessment and Learning in Higher Education

By George Gathigi

The last 15 years or so have witnessed exponential growth in the post-secondary education institutions and increased enrolment. This demand is not slowing down. 980 more words

Higher Education

Better Late Than Never?

Has this ever happened to you?  You are in the throws of a terrible range session leaving yourself physically and mentally spent and then you find something on the last ball?  272 more words


Curriculum, Instruction & School Governance

Will the emphasis on standards and accountability lead to more successful students?

As a pre-service teacher I am often asked for my perspective in this discussion. 332 more words

Six-Word Wed: Celebrate Librarians/Media Specialists!

Always endless effort, media specialists ROCK!

In the twenty years I’ve been teaching and training fellow teachers, I’ve often said our school’s Media Specialist is one of our most important resources.  77 more words


Statewide symposium to focus on Civil War legacies in Maine

As part of the major collaborative project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Maine Historical Society and the Maine Humanities Council will host a… 115 more words


Maine DOE to host regional workshops for principals as instructional leaders

The Maine DOE is offering a series of free regional workshops this month to support principals in mentoring and coaching teachers to implement instructional practices that allow all students to demonstrate growth and proficiency in State standards.