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Teachers Need to Play Too: Interactive Data is Better

A novel builds character arcs before a climax; a comedian gives a setup before a punchline; and research papers place the results section before the  279 more words

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Building Better Visualizations: More Can Be Better

The beauty of using a coding language like R or Python, is that you can customize virtually every aspect of your visualization.  With an eye for design, you can portray… 469 more words

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Exploring Grading Calibration

It’s a common question: are we grading equally?  And while I don’t like the focus on marks, I can appreciate that calibrated grading ensures proper feedback, helps create a shared vision of the purpose of an assessment, and yes, even helps avoid some potentially heated discussions with parents. 391 more words

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