Exaggerated Yelp Reviews as Writing Prompts

A conversation with a colleague today got me thinking about engagement. Or rather disengagement of staff and students. It’s a pretty solid and straight forward framework for the continuous improvement of instruction. However, it also happens to be a framework that can feel like an assembly line at times. Prepare instruction, deliver instruction, deliver assessment, dive into assessment data, retool instruction, deliver instruction, deliver assessment, etc. It takes a LOT of practice and time to get into the rhythm of data-driven discussions around improving instruction on a regular basis, and it can be easy for teachers to become disengaged, pushing back that the instruction doesn’t feel as ”personal or unique” as it might be otherwise.

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