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"Electronic Grading Programs" by Anne Davies Ph.D. Submitted April, 2012.
”Digital Portfolios in Student Assessment” by David Hall, Educational Consultant: Assessment and Evaluation, Prairie South School Division, Saskatchewan. Submitted March, 2010.
"English Language Learners Speak Out" by Sally Ringdahl, ESL Teacher, Vancouver, BC. Submitted March, 2010.
"Ankle Story" by Anne Davies Ph.D. Submitted January, 2010.
"Vignettes of Co-Constructing Criteria" by a group of educators in Cleveland Heights/University Heights, Ohio. Submitted January, 2010.
"Using Assessment for Learning to Advocate for Your Students" by Louise Jovanovic, Sidney, BC. Submitted September, 2009.
"A Story About A Pamphlet" by Doug Njaa, Principal, Evan Hardy Collegiate, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Submitted May, 2009.
"Assessment for Learning in Saskatchewan Mathematics Classes" by Murray Guest, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Submitted April, 2009.
"A Conversation about 21st Century Learning" by Dr. David Peat and Barry Allen, Rocky View School Division, Alberta. Submitted June, 2008.
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