The purpose of the suggested weekly schedule presented over the past week was to simplify the process of implementing CI in my classroom. I personally have tried so many schedules over the years that I often got confused.
This confusion greatly
Ray makes a subtle point about the assessment idiocy in this note below:
This year two brothers arrived to my elementary school from Mexico. They had years of English classes at their school in Mexico before arriving to my school in
This is from Drew in response to Grant and Nathan’s desire to know more about the grading system he helped develop based on “10 learning scales for foreign language to measure kids based on their ability to use language, not
Unlike more pure subjects like physics and mathematics, foreign language education, with its myriad intangibles, is not easy to measure. Yet we, Tarot fools, stride confidently along the edge of the cliff, confident that the data we use to measure
Jim suggested that I turn this recent comment on grading into a blog entry so that we can access it via the categories. Here it is:
Most kids have to want to be in the classroom in order for most approaches