Becky Fisher

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Equity, Opportunity, and Real Learning

I was recently asked in an application  what my interest in K-12 STEM education was.  Here’s my response, along with an additional paragraph with some questions I am considering right now: I remember the fascination I had in high school when I took physics and chemistry. I remember watching and being absorbed in the first … Continue reading

Must-Do List From the Co-op

This week we decided to follow up on some of the conversations we’ve been having and co-create a list that answers the question: What MUST we DO to transform schools into places of authentic, democratic learning? At one point we mentioned involving someone else in creating this list as well, and I know several of … Continue reading

What Was Life Like Before Standards And High Stakes State Tests?

First, let me give credit to Becky Fisher (@beckyfisher73 on Twitter, who blogs at The Calculus of the  Classroom) for her help with this post. She brilliantly uncorked the thoughts and opinions expressed here. As I read “Subverting Myself” and “Start Doing The Minimum…And The Maximum” it occurred to me that I have been teaching … Continue reading