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Rubrics: How important is task completion?

Forgive me while I brainstorm in public a moment. Almost four years ago I created this rubric, based on the ACTFL guidelines and the Jefferson County (KY) Public Schools’ world… Continue Reading →

May 14, 2015 6 Comments

Add this to your Novice AND Intermediate HW choice options NOW

  Every once in a while I come across an authentic resource so amazing I have to give it its own blog post to tell you USE THIS RESOURCE. And then… Continue Reading →

May 11, 2015 0 Comments

What a design-based WL program looks like

If you know me you know I love a good research book, particularly one that tells us in lay language what it’s going to take to help kids succeed in… Continue Reading →

May 5, 2015 1 Comment