Tagged with at-risk youth

Assessment: More Than Just a Grade

Image Source It’s been a while since I’ve blogged… this job and my two little ones keep me busy and on my toes… but I attended an amazing conference this past week.  What I love about blogging is that it helps me to organize my ideas and reinforce my understanding, in this case, in the … Continue reading

Saturday morning learning in the dojo

Recently I read this post by Brian Stack of Connected Principals comparing the karate studio as an example of a competency based classroom. In this blog posting, he discusses the elements of the karate studio that are examples of excellence in teaching practice.  While I was at karate class with my five year old son Sam … Continue reading