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Single-Point Rubrics

— Original publication date: October 10, 2017 —

A couple of weeks ago, I was introduced to the #singlepointrubric. If you’ve never heard of it or used one, Cult of Pedagogy has an informative blog, as well as free templates for download, … 388 woorden meer


Who Owns the Curriculum?

In my Families and Society course I discuss Andrew Solomon’s excellent piece ‘Welcome to My Modern Family,’ in which he diagrams the convoluted connections among his children and their various parents. 636 woorden meer


K5 Core Curriculum Choices

As we are finishing up a lot of our K5 Curriculum,  I wanted to give a quick update of what we have ended up with for each core subject (Bible, Phonics, Math, Handwriting). 806 woorden meer


Social Justice in Library School Education

Social Justice, Privilege, Equity, Inclusion. These terms are all terms that each of us as MLIS students have heard with some level of frequency. Libraries are commonly thought to be champions for each of these causes, as we aim to provide services to all in our communities. 805 woorden meer

Advocacy & Activism

A Procrastinator’s Approach to School Planning

In the past couple of months, Rachelle and Sara have both shared their families’ approaches to school planning. Now it’s my turn . . . last, because that is how I do my school planning: by putting it off as long as possible. 882 woorden meer

Everyday Homeschooling

Curriculum Review: Abeka Language

I have experience with Abeka as a student and as a teacher. Attending a Christian private school, Abeka was used as our Language Arts curriculum from Kindergarten through high school. 639 woorden meer

Curriculum Reviews

Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment

This year, the Durrington Research School Team have been working on producing a new ‘Curriculum, Teaching and Assessment Policy’.  The aim of this policy is to ensure that through curriculum, teaching and assessment all students, especially those in at-risk sub-groups, will: 673 woorden meer

General Teaching