Year: 2006

Total 21 Posts

From the Mailbag: Kay Endriss

I’m hereby pushing any questions about assessment into the foreground. I don’t have any insight into maintaining a clean classroom and my kids are still acclimating to Web 1.0, much less all these wikis y’all gush over. But if I’ve got anything to merit this bandwidth-suck, it’s an interest in meaningful assessment.

Kay asked some great questions in the comments. I’ll try to keep things concise, but I’m easily excited sometimes.

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Busted.

Hey, so if you’re coming by from The Practical Theorist and sensing the dust, um, can I ask you to swing back by sometime soon?

At the moment, I’m halfway through transferring posts over from a personal blog and oughtta have this place fully populated by the end of Winter Break. I took off for Christmas telling myself it’d require too much happenstance for someone to click through to this skeleton of a blog.

But apparently Chris checks his referral logs over Christmas or something. Nice to be announced but, man, I can’t help but feel a twinge of pity for his kids.

Please Don’t Pick Up

Let’s all admit that we call people and sometimes wish for voicemail. It’s just easier sometimes to transmit basic information if you don’t have to deal with all the pleasantries.

Tonight I prayed for voicemail.

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