Covering topics about grading and the many peripheries associated with it, I’ve been on a tireless crusade to help folks understand that we must put student learning first.
Beyond the conventions and traditions of education that are all too familiar, this year’s most-read posts often challenged those closely held beliefs, helping educators reconsider how we treat learning.
Posts from throughout the year looked at the way we define ourselves as educators as well as what we learn from the fiction we read in every day life.
Check out the top 10 posts of 2016 for the first time or as a refresher or share them with a colleague who can use a little nudge.
What were the highlights of your year? Did any of these posts make you rethink something you’re doing? Are there any topics I didn’t cover that you’re curious about? Let me know.
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