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Adventures in Parent/Teacher Conferences Part 2- What Do We Talk About?

The next contribution in our thinking about conferences. See Part 1. Two years ago, in a very Jane Tompkins moment (if you have read A Life in School) you’ll know what I mean, I made a radical change in how I … Continue reading

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This is NOT 21st Century Collaboration!

We are working on a new structure for a presentation we are preparing (NCTE– in two weeks!) We had a pretty dynamic conversation the other day, in which we worked out a whole new way of framing the issues we … Continue reading

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Google Docs Fun

This is the single greatest document in the history of time, space, and Quyzzle. If you don’t know what that third one is, don’t worry. We’ll get to that. Either way, feel free to write here. Stories, song lyrics, limericks, … Continue reading

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