Tag Archives: Inquiry

Care is What Matters. Assessment is the Tell

            Speaking glibly against high-stakes testing is easy but their effects are like residual pesticides. ¬†They linger in systems long after their application. The ideas that prompted their widespread use persist even among those who might disavow over-testing. Sometimes detection of toxic testing residuals can be tricky. Standing in front […]

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Dimensions of Inquiry

Here I discuss the multidimensional nature of science inquiry.¬† Published in the FOSS newsletter, January 7, 2002. Read the article HERE.  

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