As school leaders, the narratives we provide not only make meaning out of the data, they create the basis for our next actions, influence organizational culture, and recommit our teams to the high expectations we have for ourselves and our students.
How prepared are principals to be leaders of “assessment for learning”? And why do we need leadership in this area?
Listen to this post as a podcast: Sponsored by Screencast-O-Matic and Microsoft Inclusive Classroom My daughter was recently given an assignment to create a model of a volcano. It was a group project, meant to be done entirely at home, and the main criteria was that it had to look like a volcano, with extra… Continue reading How Accurate Are Your Grades?