Monthly Archives: March 2020

Day 128 (of 189) a little rant on pass/fail and %s

Day 128 (of 189) a little rant on pass/fail and %s   Recently, I found out my name was mentioned during a meeting session:   Definitely something I have learned since I shifted away from checkmarks, Xs, percentages, and letter … Continue reading

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Day 127 (of 189) the new day #1

Day 127 (of 189) the new day #1     Well, spring break has come to an end (based on the calendar) but students still remain away. 2020 and the spread of COVID-19 have led to some strangeness leading to … Continue reading

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SBL #1 (Spring Break of Learning 2020) my biggest worry: one size fits all learning during COVID19 learning… with a reference to @ltoddrose

SBL #1 (Spring Break of Learning 2020) my biggest worry: one size fits all learning…   Well, Spring Break 2020 has not gone according to plan. In BC, we started our Spring Break on March 13th – a true “friday … Continue reading

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Day 126 (of 189) ahhh spring break

Day 126 (of 189) ahhh spring break Well, the planned list of spring break to-dos has changed. My daughter likes to challenge me in a March madness bracket, but that’s off – as are many/all sports….so….. – Reading (got a … Continue reading

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Day 125 (of 189) communication

Day 126 (of 189) communication It was longer ago than I wish to mention when I first realized that email was too slow. But when I told a teacher he could just email me a link for a video he … Continue reading

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Day 124 (of 189) to close or not close due to viruses

Day 124 (of 189) to close or not close due to viruses   The news continues to be mixed when reports come out about the corona virus. I freely admit that I would not object to our ferries being “out … Continue reading

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Day 123 (of 189) the blahs of report cards

Day 123 (of 189) the blahs of report cards     I’ve been spoiled. I have been having staffs work with efolios for almost a decade. I appreciate the effort since report cards have two significant flaws: they report on … Continue reading

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