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A Can-Do Approach

A introductory demonstration on how to utilize the Can-Do Descriptors in lesson planning for ESL students.

The WIDA (World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment) consortium implements the standards and instructions in providing an equitable education to English Learners (ELs). 81 more words


How Can I Assess What My Students Know?

In the midst of teaching a lesson, it is often a challenge to truly understand where our students’ current level of knowledge lies. However, utilizing formative assessments provides current feedback to ultimately direct the remaining course of our lessons. 54 more words


Running a Health Check

Just because your product is up and running, it doesn’t mean it is doing well. No, I’m not telling you to run a threat assessment, look for bugs, or mobilize the Dev team to be sure your product is working – even though you might want to do that from time to time. 522 more words

Product Manager

Interesting frameworks…the challenge/support matrix idea is intriguing.

via Agile student feedback through the Five-Question Summary — Robert Talbert, Ph.D.

LILAC Tools in Action

24-26 April I attended the LILAC Conference in Nottingham which Leah has blogged about below. This was my first round at LILAC and it reminded me of going to Umbrella due to the number of possible sessions you can attend! 565 more words

Professional Events

Cardiac Vs. Pulmonary Pathology - Investigate!

Can’t breathe? Why? If that’s not a thought in your brain when you first make contact with your patient, you might want to rethink some life decisions. 1,707 more words


Assessment for Progress

What methods of assessment, other than exams, do teachers’ use in instrumental and vocal lessons, and how do these help students make consistent progress?

First, let’s define our terms. 712 more words