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Buchrezension: Flavia de Luce

ist eine seit 2010 (fast jährlich) erscheinende Buchreihe von Alan Bradley. Mittlerweile gibt es 7 Bände, die ich alle besten Gewissens weiterempfehlen kann.

– Mord im Gurkenbeet… 628 more words


Exit Slips and Feedback Revisited

Let’s face it . . . when we rely on essays and tests to gather information about student learning, not only do students become essay and test weary, the process of assessment development, marking, and providing feedback can be the bane of any educator’s existence. 1,269 more words


Bringing All Oregonians to the Table

In sharp contrast to how government institutions and individual citizens alike managed the notion of community engagement just fifty years ago, the contemporary practice of community engagement is marked by transparency, pathways to government accountability, and ultimately a sense of partnership and collaboration. 261 more words

"Boring but Important," Plus Additional Thoughts on Engagement

Today a blog post from The Confident Teacher entitled “Boring but Important” popped up in my Twitter feed. In this post, Alex Quigley reflects on teaching when the subject is indeed important, but perhaps not as fun or engaging as other topics. 293 more words


The Art of Feedback

Part of what we’re learning in Creative Writing is how to provide helpful feedback to our peers. Just like there’s an art to writing, there’s an art to critiquing writing. 336 more words


Crafting an Evaluation that Educates the Whole Audience

For every member of Cogito Toastmasters the evaluation section is the most valuable part of our meetings. As each evaluator delivers their feedback the whole audience has the chance to learn tips and tricks that will help them to become stronger speakers and communicators. 378 more words

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