Tuesday’s Collection — Works from Age of Awareness

Evaluation of lessons, checking our authority, and ending the school year

Stephen Muskett, M.S.Ed
Age of Awareness
May 10, 2023

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How can we effectively conclude the academic year in the United States? Is it possible to administer a plethora of assessments and evaluations without causing burnout? Additionally, to what extent do we prioritize and integrate the feedback provided by students on our own lessons and lesson plans? As educators, do we even have time to consider? Read about this and much more in this week’s “Tuesday’s Collection.”

Selections for the week:

Teacher Barely Recovers After Contracting Minor Case Of Authority by Daniel Williams

Even the Youngest Students Can Evaluate Their Teachers’ Work by Alison Acheson

Senioritis is a policy choice by Matt Tyler

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Stephen Muskett, M.S.Ed
Age of Awareness

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