Author Archives: Catlin Tucker

Watch the Live Stream of My Lightening Talk on KQED’s MindShift FB Page

On Monday, May 16th I will be delivering a Lightening Talk at Stanford’s Graduate School of Education on the future of reading and writing. My talk will explore how technology is creating a growing divide between the classroom and life … Continue reading

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Conversations Instead of Grades

At the start of this year, I wrote a blog titled “Grading for Mastery and Redesigning My Gradebook,” which detailed my desire to rethink assessment in my classroom. I was tired of students always asking me about points and grades, … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Shake Up The Station Rotation Model

Over the last two years, I’ve spent┬átime exploring variations on the established blended learning models. In this post, I want to share three different ways teachers can shake up the traditional approach to the Station Rotation Model. This model does … Continue reading

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