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Assessment Injustice

Assessment Injustice

There are any number of injustices with assessments that occur.  Some go unnoticed, and many students or parents don’t complain about them (especially when they seem to make getting an A easier) and some of them are legitimately unfair to the student, but perhaps the student is too afraid to speak up. 1,705 more words


2016 Differentiated Instruction Educator's package

The Differentiated Instruction Educator’s package (2016, including a guide, videos, reference cards, scrapbook from 2010) are available on the EduGains and Learn Teach Lead web pages. 95 more words


Meeting the Needs of All Students

October 18, 2016

So we are now in the thick of it, and I am already learning a lot about the needs of the students in regard to pacing and instruction with this new format. 527 more words


Making Graphs Anecdotal Records Form

Knowing what my students know is important to me, but remembering who is struggling with what aspect of a given concept from day to day is impossible.   356 more words

Integrated Curriculum: The Synthesis of Student and Teacher Learning

Teachers, for the longest time, have been doing the learning assignments for their students. They ask questions yet they often provide the answers to these same questions. 543 more words

Buzzmath: 5 Essential Features for Teachers

Tools designed for you

With Buzzmath, we aim to save you time in supporting students throughout their learning. Valuable time that you can reuse to resolve areas identified as obstacles to learning.  476 more words


Previewing an "Hour of Code" with Jeanne Stork

I previewed the “Hour of Code” project today with one of my classes. I do an “Hour of Code” every December, and many of my students really like it. 166 more words

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