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Richard Snow
Father, Husband, Program Specialist-NLESD, National Instructor TI & Google Certified Educator. BSc BEd MEd (IT). ACCP-CAID Certified Instructional Designer
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An interesting read indeed...
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Brian Aspinall Jun 15
Leadership isn’t just about doing great work, it is about helping others do great work. Integrity is about lifting up those you serve.
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Richard Snow Jun 16
From Weber 2013... one reason why the block structure has great potential in mathematics...
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Richard Snow Jun 16
From Weber 2013... I wonder... is this true for K-12?
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Richard Snow Jun 16
From Weber 2013... this speaks for itself!
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Richard Snow Jun 16
From Weber 2013... I wonder... as we implement RTI... will we see students moving through the intervention tiers for math? Do we now?
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Richard Snow Jun 16
From Weber 2013... to be honest I never really considered number sense from this perspective...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
Interesting the new unlimited data options being offered... speeds are fast for first 10 gb... then throttles down... not sure that should be promoted as unlimited...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
Reading p. 71 of Weber 2013... I wonder if RTL is easier if a teacher is "looping" with their students to the next grade(s) as opposed to teaching new students every year?
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Richard Snow Jun 15
Weber 2013 suggests that teachers need to collaborate to develop inter-rater reliability for rubric scoring... a side effect just might be increased teacher efficacy... or vise versa?
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Richard Snow Jun 15
From Weber 2013... writing in math... and all content areas...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
From Weber 2013... and as an aside... I am always fascinated with people with the talent to draw...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
As I read Weber 2013 and reflect upon his other RTI writings... one theme that comes up is for schools to inventory their expertise and draw upon that expertise collectively... the person needed may be in your building...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
From Weber 2013... when I read this I can hear the echos of the teachers whose classrooms I visited who implemented the block structures in their classes...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
From Weber 2013... its the collaboration around of the data that matters...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
Interesting to read in Weber 2013 that the concept of standards based grading has been tossed about since 1983... and... still being tossed about...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
Weber 2013 does a nice job in summarizing some of the issues around assessment...
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Richard Snow Jun 15
From Weber 2013... oral language linkage to reading...
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