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January 30, 2014

Rick Wormeli on Redos, Retakes, and Do-Overs

by Chris Lindholm

Fair Isn't Always EqualThis is the fourth post in a series of short YouTube videos by Rick Wormeli, author of the book Fair Isn’t Always Equal.  If you’re willing to ask honest questions about your practices and rules about late work – you’re golden and will love the questions posed by @RickWormeli.  If you aren’t courageous enough to ask honest questions, this one might not be for you.  My expectation: anyone teaching our children must be able to soundly defend all decisions about practice, resources, and delivery with research and evidence.  So…  What are your answers to Rick’s questions?  Do you provide opportunities for redos?  Late work?  Do-Overs?  How does this calculate into a quarter or semester or final grade?  I encourage a deep dive into Wormeli and Guskey’s work and some reflection on how to make it happen in your classroom!

Topic #4:

Redos, Retakes, and Do-Overs:

Here is a link to the Stenhouse Publishers site and resources tied to Rick’s book, Fair Isn’t Always Equal.  Here is a link to the study guide.

Any interest in some #isd186 conversations on this???  Chime in on the comments!!

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