Have I got a gift for you?!

Have I got a gift for you?!

In the fall of 2020 student teachers will enter very different learning and teaching spaces than those I began my university teaching career with back in the 1990s. Back then, there wasn’t even a course on classroom assessment — we did what we could in the curriculum...
Working Together in Unprecedented Ways

Working Together in Unprecedented Ways

The last week has been filled with incredible conversations and virtual meetings with leaders and teachers across North America. Some of the most frequent phrases we heard included, “leading in these times,” “navigating uncharted waters,” and “working together in...
Collecting Evidence of Learning

Collecting Evidence of Learning

Whether in elementary or secondary classrooms, today’s curricula are far too complex to assess using products only. A case in point comes from students in a third-grade classroom in Manitoba. In early December, right after report cards were written and conferences...
Can We Involve ALL Students in the Actions of Assessment?

Can We Involve ALL Students in the Actions of Assessment?

Today’s classrooms are incredibly diverse places, and educators sometimes wonder how to apply the principles and strategies of quality assessment with students who are at the beginning of their learning, or have accommodations, modifications, or IEPs. We hear teachers...
Do scores and marks motivate students?

Do scores and marks motivate students?

As we’ve worked from Nunavut and Singapore to Texas and beyond during this past school year, we’ve fielded many questions from educators. Certainly one of the most intriguing ones has been: “How do I respond when people say only test scores and marks motivate...

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Like most education professionals, we have a burning desire to make a difference in the lives of learners. We started as teachers and leaders, but saw the potential to drive greater transformation by creating and sharing methodologies with other educators.

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