The Teacher's Desk

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Getting Rid of The Heavy Load.

It’s October and we are in the thick of things. Providing quality feed back for students in a timely manner  can become quite challenging for the classroom teacher.  We are pulled in so many directions but our students’ success must come first. In today’s publication of  Education Weekly , Starr Sackstein suggest that teachers must empower students to

take charge of their learning and find ways to make them a part of the feedback experience.  Check out her article Buried Alive: A Cautionary Tale About Piles of Work. Click here


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