Dominating life or the CCSS with your students is all about starting. Edublogs and opinions abound; none of them can try something bold in your classroom. That’s all I’m writing this week. Instead of reading anything else online today, go and do something that needs doing. Plan that one daring step that’s been nagging at […]
Will Common Core National Assessments Motivate Students to “Enjoy & Appreciate” School?
I was on Darren Burris’ (@dgburris) fantastic Common Core State Standards (CCSS) resource website today (Common Core Essentials), and a few clicks later I found myself at a post on Robert Ryshke’s Center for Teaching blog. First of all, warning: I’m about to go on a rant. It’ll be a positive one, but, still, I […]