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Letter Grades: Who Needs em?

How do you grade a play?

I read an article recently about the merits of “gradelessness” in the classroom. It suggested that the assigning of letter grades to children is neither healthy nor effective. 523 more words

Mack Lewis

Grades: Who Needs 'em?

How do you grade a play?

I read an article recently about the merits of “gradelessness” in the classroom. It suggested that the assigning of letter grades to children is neither healthy nor effective. 523 more words

Read-Aloud Plays

Criticism Only Becomes Constructive With Positive Followups

By: T Jay Taylor

There is simply no way around it, sometimes you just have to get on a teammates case about something. It is inevitable in leadership. 497 more words

Leadership

Tea and Mochi

You get it? Because Alice in Wonderland has tea and Rabbit in the moon makes mochi.

Yeah that was a lame title…

Experimenting with everything here. 89 more words

Emotions aren't for writers

‘Tough skin’ is a phrase many writers will be familiar with. It’s the notion that you should be prepared to separate your emotions from your ideas when they end up not being used, or you’re told they’re wrong. 228 more words

Editing Tip #100 - When to Take a (BETA) Reader's Advice

We all know the importance of feedback when it comes to editing, revising, and re-writing our books and stories… it’s crucial.

But how do you know which advice to take and which advice to leave? 451 more words

M.J. Moores

Criticism

Criticism isn’t discussed much in Buddhist texts, but it is an unavoidable part of lay life. In this lifetime, you will have to give criticism to someone at one point – whether it be to a colleague, friend or even for a feedback form. 163 more words

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