In Don't @ Me (3:51), Tom outlines the challenges we face when deciding whether someone is defending themselves or being defensive. Then, Tom is joined by Alexa Schmid (16:42), Middle School Principal at the International School of Kenya, to discuss the findings of her doctoral research on Justice, Equity, and Cultural Competence in International Education. Finally, in Assessment Corner (1:12:35), Tom explores the inadvertent influence our lingering normative tendencies can have on the implementation of standards-based grading practices.
Father Phil | LaVonna Roth | Homework (2)
Debating Both Sides | Muhammad Khalifa | Homework
Happiness Booster | Lee Ann Jung | Habits of Learning
Happiness Killer | Defining Success | Transcripts
Relentless Outrage | Matt Townsley | Leading Change in Assessment (2)
Happy for Others | Peter DeWitt | Leading Change in Assessment
Introspection Illusions | Natalie Conway | Consumable Report Cards?
BONUS: Standardized Testing with Tom Guskey
Defending EduSpeak | Trevor MacKenzie | Self-Reflection
Allure of Labels | Starr Sackstein | Multiple-Choice
Experience for Nuance | Jay McTighe | Assessing Creativity
Learning Loss Illusion | Shauna Brown | Net-Zero Grading Reform
Psychology of Conspiracy | Katie Novak | Atypical Assessments (2)
Professional Judgment | Rick Wormeli | Atypical Assessments
Rehumanize Each Other | Tom Hierck | Grading: Verb or Noun?
Celebrating You! | 5 Leadership Lessons | Assessing Collaboration
Attitude of Gratitude | Erik Francis | Repacking Standards
Harm of Hyperbole | Cassandra Erkens | Year-End Standards
Get it Wrong | Tara Barton | Memorization
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