Monthly Archives: December 2012

Celebrate and Grow…Protocol for offering and receiving feedback – Plan and Practice

With our protocol and agenda developed, we wanted to try to “take” this assessment.  On Monday afternoon (12/17/12), members of the Faculty Staff Leadership Team (FSLT) and the Academic Leadership Team (ALT) gathered to talk through the following agenda.  5 … Continue reading

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Progress over pace

To what standard do I and should I hold myself to concerning my own learning? Do I seek and highlight my own bright spots as I do for my learners? Hmm… What assumptions do my colleagues and I make about … Continue reading

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Celebrate and Grow…Protocol for offering and receiving feedback – Brainstorming

How do I offer feedback that can be heard? What if I want to offer or I am asked to give feedback to my supervisor or evaluator? What are the risks and consequences if I offer cool feedback? We strive for … Continue reading

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Leading Learners to Level Up – #LevelUpMath #LearnFwd12 – the details

Hello, I am Anne Conzemius, the host for your Learning Forward session. Well, no pressure there, huh?  Actually, about 15 minutes prior to this quick introduction, I scanned the roster of participants and noticed Anne’s name on the list of … Continue reading

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Leading Learners to Level Up – #LevelUpMath #LearnFwd12

At Learning Forward 2012 Conference in Boston, Jeff McCalla and I offer a session as described below: Learn to model practical classroom formative assessments that naturally offer differentiation. Hear stories and gain artifacts from National T3 instructors as they share their … Continue reading

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