Starr Sackstein



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Hacking Assessment: 10 Ways...

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Teaching Students to Self-A...

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Peer Feedback in the Classr...

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Power of Questioning: Openi...

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“Rigor doesn’t necessarily have to do with the amount of work assigned, but rather the difficulty and intensity of the problem or project.”
Starr Sackstein, Hacking Assessment: 10 Ways to Go Gradeless in a Traditional Grades School

“Students of the twenty-first century require flexible environments with ever growing capacities like the Internet where literally the world is at their fingertips.”
Starr Sackstein, The Power of Questioning: Opening up the World of Student Inquiry

“It is essential that we develop a learning space where failure is positive, as it is a catalyst for growth and change. Students need to recognize that taking a risk and not succeeding does not mean they are failing: It means they need to try another way. After”
Starr Sackstein, Hacking Assessment: 10 Ways to Go Gradeless in a Traditional Grades School



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