Monthly Archives: August 2010

Standards, learning targets, and scales

I’ve been reading through Jason Buell’s posts on how he actually implements sbg and Frank Noschese’s post (and helpful docs!) along with all the goodness on the sbg-gala. They are very helpful! Here is what I’ve been doing this week: … Continue reading

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Why I am doing standards based grading

Why am I leaping into the deep end? Because I cannot resist. My student teaching experience was very enlightening. There were some good things (my awesome students) and some tiresome things (class sizes ranging from 39 to 46 in a … Continue reading

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The Whole Animal

During my winter at the south pole, some friends of mine were working on a multi-layered research project using a number of related instruments. In order to make the most of their time there, and the considerable expense and logistical … Continue reading

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