Nine Resources that Changed My Thinking

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Beth Melton

The end of the school year is always a wonderful time to reflect on our learning from the year. What worked? What didn't? What am I going to think about over the summer? This year has been a huge growing year for SEED. So much of our work is related to identifying high-quality, publicly available resources for educators. As we do this work, several rise to the top for me - the ones I can't stop thinking and talking about. So, with our first year in the books, here are nine resources that have changed my thinking and are certainly worth anyone's time.

Austin's Butterfly: Building Excellence in Student Work - Models, Critique, and Descriptive Feedback

Redos, Retakes, and Do-Overs

Distinguishing Myths from Realities in Dyslexia Identification and Treatment

Highlighting Mistakes: A Grading Strategy

The Missing Link in School Reform

Writing Student Friendly Learning Goals

Making it Stick

Code Red: The Danger of Data-Driven Instruction

Is Your School Better Because You Lead It?