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Teacher Tip: Partner up with a colleague to make time for assessments

FP_Idle_FEB16_8368During assessment season, consider partnering up with a grade-level colleague so you can release each other to administer an assessment or two. For example, take turns reading aloud to both classes or taking both groups out for recess time. Think together about other opportunities that could enable both groups of students to engage in meaningful work together while you gain time for assessment conferences.


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Tue, Jan 14, '20

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