Monthly Archives: December 2017

It’s Time We Hold Accountability Accountable

Originally posted on Teachers Going Gradeless:
The maxim “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it” (often misattributed to Peter Drucker) sums up the continued belief in the necessity and power of accountability. A lack of accountability is seen…

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Post Weinstein America

In a post-Weinstein America, it is amazing the speed at which prominent and powerful men are falling to accusations of abuse, harassment and other misogynistic behaviors.  But, it is not only the men that will fall. This recent story about … Continue reading

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Not All Men

Originally posted on Maureen O'Leary:
This is not about workplace harassment. This is not about the who man felt up my bare knee under the table during a meeting at work. This is not about the time he sat…

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Test Anxiety in the Age of Gradelessness

As we move closer to semester finals, I find myself doubting my ability to assess each student fairly based on a semester final.  Our school mandates a semester final and after having dived into the world of Gradelessness I find … Continue reading

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