"I agree with Dr. Sternberg's central premise that too much focus has been placed on testing and that the current RTTP initiative was pulled out of the gate without any proof that it works. That said, I do believe that for too long some schools…"
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"This is one of the problems with the New APPR System. It requires principles to do a lot more observations of all teachers rather than focusing in on challenging areas. Schools are flat organizations with Principles supervising a number of staff you…"
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Some of the administrators recently acquired ipads-now we are configuring them and downloading apps etc.
In the near future, I suppose we will use the ipad for presentations etc. Moving toward 21st century skills!!
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