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These are a few of my favorite things

What items are really perking up the start of your school year? After a year’s hiatus from being in a classroom with students I can’t tell you how excited I’ve… Continue Reading →

August 31, 2015 4 Comments

ANNOUNCING: The 2015 updated performance assessment rubric

This might be my most important resource release this year. First, you can read here about all the things that frustrated me about that snazzy 2011 rubric that I used to… Continue Reading →

August 24, 2015 6 Comments

Let me tell you about tacos… I mean crêpes!

Many teachers have enjoyed using the taco talk to help beginning students and their parents (and administrators!) understand what a novice-level, proficiency-based class is all about.  This year I finally… Continue Reading →

August 19, 2015 1 Comment