The COVID-19 virus became the great disruptor across the world.
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Do you sometimes feel like you’re stuck? You may feel like your wheels are spinning? I spoke with a principal last week and that’s how she was feeling.
Elementary educators across Ontario are preparing to send home the Provincial Progress Report Card – the first formal reporting communication home to parents.
To harness the power of assessment to improve learning, you must examine and possibly reconsider your role and how you see your relationship with your students.