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“Look fors” in effective classrooms

A friend (and parent) and I got talking about this the other evening: Imagine you’re moving to a new state, a new city, but before you decide on a neighborhood and therefore a school for your kids, you want some … Continue reading

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Rubrics and the independent learner

In my post from September 9, I talked briefly about rubrics; in short a rubric is a scoring tool that many teachers use to measure the quality of student work – to grade that work. They are used for more … Continue reading

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Posting student work

I got a question from a friend (and parent) about student work on the hallway walls of a school building and told her that original student work should be all over the place – as long as what is posted … Continue reading

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