Monthly Archives: July 2011

Don’t Collaborate through Sabotage

I just finished reading Timothy Slekar’s post It’s Not Cheating It’s Sabotage in the Huff.  And I must disagree with the notion that we can acceptably change answers in a random way to discredit the test.  Such an action only … Continue reading

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The One Right Answer

Every summer, I revamp my curriculum.   It’s not that I don’t already have a curriculum that works, but every year I can think of things I’d like to do differently or did something differently the past year that I’d like … Continue reading

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Truth Out Tells the Truth

The best article on the Educational Reform Movement comes from Truth Out. So worth reading that  I’m copying it, posting it, pasting it and sending it to everyone I know.  I’m probably going to make copies for parents’ night in … Continue reading

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