9 Steps to Creating a Schedule for a Complex Organization: Part Two

Schools are not the only organizations with a host of constituents demanding varied needs be met, but they offer a great case study.  I have broken these steps into two distinct parts: Theoretical  and Building.  Both are essential to success over 180 days. Warning: It is easy to skip steps, especially the theoretical.  This groundwork... Continue Reading →


Elo Balanced Grading

How do you fairly measure two students of different academic ability? One way is to use a rubric.  It's cold and fair, giving a score on where each falls on the assignment.  Aligned with the Common Core and it objectively shows if a student is on grade level.  But, if you have heterogeneous classes, how... Continue Reading →

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