Internal Messaging

Changing curriculum or assessment policies won’t amount to much unless you craft a school-wide language that embraces and reflects those changes.  Old policies and handbooks are obstacles to student achievement, even when digitized. Don’t just “reform,” revitalize the way you describe what you do by engaging students, parents, and others in your community.

30
August
2016

All around the world (or at least the Northern Hemisphere), teachers and students are […]

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28
January
2016

My home state of Colorado is engaged in moving away from grading student work […]

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29
October
2014

It’s been two years since I wrote “Minding your Ps and Qs for Better […]

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05
February
2014

As schools around the country make the shift to Common Core State Standards, we’re […]

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24
September
2013

Sometimes, to see the future you need a different view point. This week, the […]

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13
August
2012

Over the last few years I’ve seen a variety of strategies employed when it […]

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