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What Does Assessment Look Like in Our Current Reality?

Many of Jigsaw Learning’s partners are asking questions: How do we make this happen? How do teachers assess students who are working from home? How do teachers gather data and evidence to support and justify the assessment of student learning in what, for…

April 19, 2020 | Author: Jennifer Ferguson | Read Article

Comment planifier efficacement des réseaux de liaison?

Les leaders de nos écoles ont l’habitude de piloter des changements et de guider leur équipe à travers ceux-ci. Cependant, les changements et les mises au point rapides des dernières semaines ont certainement mis au défi plusieurs d’entre eux. Depuis près…

April 14, 2020 | Author: Nancy Roy Halun | Read Article

Planning for Intentional Connectedness - Layering Meetings During a Pandemic

Having intentionality in the way we layer support, connectedness and accountability is incredibly important to establishing an effective and manageable plan for reaching the goals you wish to achieve.

April 2, 2020 | Author: Kurtis Hewson | Read Article

Cats, Puppies and Goldfish: You are Doing This!

How do you put your heart out there and maintain your composure while you are dealing with unprecedented times? Wouldn’t it be easier if this was preplanned, if there were classes piloting this, if our kids were all in stable places? It is the…

April 2, 2020 | Author: Kathleen Robertson | Read Article

Potentially Obvious, Possibly Brilliant! Daily Notes and Ideas Collection

A collection of daily notes and ideas for teachers, leaders and organizations currently facing a new reality with the COVID-19 pandemic. Each day, a new "potentially obvious, possibly brilliant" idea will be shared. Follow #jigsawlearning or…

April 2, 2020 | Author: Kurtis Hewson | Read Article