Monthly Archives: February 2014

Classroom Management and Anti-Opressive Education.

I just read a blog post by Russ Skiba a professor of school Psychology at Indiana University. The post is titled Beyond Zero Tolerance: Achieving a Balance in School Discipline,  in summary the post is on the problems with suspension and expulsion … Continue reading

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Chapter 6 Response and Reflecting on Assessment

  Assessment should be meaningful and authentic. It should not just exist as a way to create grades. The chapter argues that assessment should include four features. First students should feel comfortable with the assessment, it should be familiar to … Continue reading

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