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Posted by Valentine Burr on Apr 05, 2013

A colleague recently alerted us to Renée Dinnerstein's blog Investigating Choice Time: Inquiry, Exploration, and Play. It's a lovely blog, which we recommend exploring. Her most recent posts are also focused on testing and so we thought it fitting to highlight. We're linking to the post titled "Tears!" in which ...

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Posted by Valentine Burr on Dec 16, 2012

This post was co-written with Buffy Smith and Anne Santa, school psychologists at the Bank Street School for Children. We are deeply saddened by what happened in Newtown, CT. The tragedy weighs heavily on all of us. For teachers the grief may be especially acute as you think of what ...

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Posted by Valentine Burr on Nov 06, 2012

As school resumes this week for most in the New Jersey and New York areas, and beyond, we have been thinking about the needs of children, families and teachers during this time. The Northeast coast and inland from Virginia to Massachusetts were impacted to varying degrees. As residents of New ...

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Posted by Pamela M. Jones on Jul 31, 2012

Just the other day, a teacher shared these wise words with my advisee: NEVER STOP GROWING! This sage advice is key if we want to evolve in our craft because after all, our students' learning is dependent upon the depth and breadth of our knowledge and skill base. The more ...

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