3 Keys to Ease Teacher Resistance to Standards-Based Grading

This is a repost of Eric Patnoudes’ blogpost on the Otus blog on January 22, 2019. Let’s face it, change is hard. Especially when you’ve […]

3 Ways To Blockbuster Your Report Cards

Today’s guest post is written by Keith Westman.  Follow him on Twitter at @keithwestman. Note: I am aware I am not the first person to use […]

Retakes Do Not Promote Laziness. They Exemplify Compassion

This article was originally published in Education Week Teacher. Editor’s note: For a counterpoint to this piece, see Baptiste Delvallé’s opinion essay, “Why I Give Students Only […]

8 pARTS and Creative Writing with Research

Before I share today's 9th grade writing lesson with you all, I have to give a big, huge, ginormous SHOUT OUT to my edifying edu-buddy […]

Blending Active Reading & Conversations with EDpuzzle

As I integrate technology into my classroom, I want to make sure that my students do not have their faces in a screen all the […]

Standards Based Grading & Learning

After connecting at #flipcon15 with Hassan and Amanda, I was invited to join the SBL Mini PLN Voxer group to discuss all things related to standards-based […]

One Solution for Tracking Standards Based Learning

I wrote yesterday about my experience with standards-based learning/grading and solicited my readers to submit their templates and tools for tracking student progress.  My edubuddy […]

Another solution: Tracking Formative Standards-Based Student Performance

In discussions with Lindsay Stephenson, another ELA teacher who is implementing standards-based learning with her students, we've been trying to figure out methods for efficiently […]

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