Monthly Archives: January 2016

Re-Navigating #OscarSoWhite

It’s been fascinating to see how the #OscarSoWhite conversation has evolved to include both personal and industry minded perspectives. As celebrities, media outlets and movie fans react and share their political perspectives, perhaps the conversation should evolve away from the … Continue reading

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Social Profiles Matter

Over the course of the past two years (or potentially longer) I have loudly been proclaiming that classroom assessment must be coupled with an urgency to provide and enrich student learning by building opportunities that allow for the curation of … Continue reading

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