Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Summer Clause

Yes, I’m now officially on holidays.  Let the hating of my career begin.  This is the time of year where people look at me with those little smiles and the venom behind their eyes when they say, “Must be nice … Continue reading

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The Student Voice On Zeros

One of the many missing voices in the debate on zeros is from probably the biggest stakeholder of them all.  The students. I opened up this conversation in my classroom and simply asked three questions.  I wrote down the response … Continue reading

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What a Zero Really Says

A story was recently reported about an Edmonton teacher being suspended for giving his students zero’s in class in a school that has a no zero policy.  (Incidentally, this article is located in the “news” tab and should be moved … Continue reading

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