Every morning I get up a few hours before anyone else in my house. I use this quiet time to read, think, write, and drink coffee–it’s my time. It’s also a lonely time. Sometimes solitude is good, but other times I wish there was someone with whom to share the a-ha moments. Hence, I keep […]
The simplicity and flexibility of the simple single-point rubric make it a win-win for students and teachers.
“The most difficult thing is to try to forget what is in your memory and re-approach.”
If only I had the answer. I don’t think anyone does, but here are a few ideas that might help.
Making the move to digital learning requires flexibility and creativity. Here are a couple of ideas that might make your job a little easier.
This year, essential questions are the big deal at my school. Administrators expect to see them prominently posted whenever they come in to the room. Recently I found myself the “substitute” in a 9th grade English class while the teacher was out on a short medical leave. I loved the chance to get back in […]