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QPA's Carisa Corrow offers up a fun way to get educators thinking differently.
Carisa shares a key moment in her high school career when she learned what it truly meant to be "smart" and how testing is failing our students.
QPA's Rapid Prototyping Process helps teachers produce performance assessments when time is precious, but it can also help students and the community get in on the performance assessment design process.
"What if writers in the children’s entertainment industry started to change the way they talk about school?"
A highlight of insights, processes and instructional strategies in personalized learning from Vermont educators.
In the second part in Carisa Corrow's series on the Vermont Middle Grades Collaborative Conference, she presents insights and processes in personalized learning for ELL students.
In this four-part series, Carisa Corrow highlights the insights, processes and instructional strategies in personalized learning from Vermont educators. The first entry focuses on one French teacher from Winooski High School.