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Re: [teacherartexchange] Files on students


From: Anne Verrier Scatolini (avscatolini_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Sep 18 2008 - 20:52:06 PDT

I have over 150 students!
On Sep 18, 2008, at 2:59 PM, wrote:

> Apparently, no one actively teaching was on the committee that
> wrote those criteria. Keeping
> individual written files on each student is NOT "effective
> teaching." It is simply busy work
> dumped on the teachers to make it look like the state is doing
> something about education.
> I was talking at lunch today with a North American teacher and two
> Ecuadorians. The N.A.
> teacher and I both agreed we would never teach in the U.S. again,
> and we discouraged the
> Ecuadorians from teaching there, as well. We just can't imagine
> putting up with the NCLB BS
> anymore. We really appreciate the professional atmosphere and
> autonomy we have here.
> Maggie
>> I'm just wondering - looking at my state's criteria
>> for effective teaching - do you all keep individual
>> written files on each of your students?
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