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Jennifer Gonzalez
I help teachers crush it in the classroom. Love my family and CrossFit. She/her. Find my courses at
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Jennifer Gonzalez 14h
What the Mother of a Child with Autism Wants Teachers to Know
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Jennifer Gonzalez 17h
It's Okay To Do That Same Epic Project Next Year via
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Jennifer Gonzalez 20h
Know Your Terms: Holistic, Analytic, and Single-Point Rubrics
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 16
Replying to @Theresa_Bene
So touched by this! (It's one of my favorites, too!)
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 16
Replying to @Powhog @JDavidJo1
Thanks for the recommendation.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 16
Yes to everything you've said here. I'm not proud to say I actually did these two years in a row in the early 2000s. It was more of a simulation of the ghettos (pre-concentration camps) and segregation, but looking back I'm horrified.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 16
Thanks! Both books sound great.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Lessons in Personhood: 10 Ways to Truly Lead in Your Classroom
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Tips for Allowing Test Retakes via
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Can you point me toward one particular resource of Guskey's that I should take a look at? I'm seeing a book called On Your Mark...would that be a good place to start?
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Eh. I think it makes some feel more secure to really lay out in detail what each level looks like. I get it, but it's ultimately impossible to capture all the different variations -- the more you try, the denser it gets (8pt font!), and the less likely anyone is to read it.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Well thank you!! 😘
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
That's a tough one. I guess I would just bring it to the teacher's attention?
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Replying to @alicekeeler @suetnix
No joke. But I didn't have a blog then. I was a lowest-rung adjunct instructor with no influence whatsoever. Glad I found a work-around to that system and got them into teachers' hands anyway...💃🏽
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
I really like the way you think!!
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Would this be a book? Article? Blog post? Definitely interested in learning more.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Totally counts.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Sounds like a good rule of thumb.
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Jennifer Gonzalez Jul 15
Interview with an ESL Teacher
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