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Differentiating the Curriculum- How We Established a Multi-Level, Young Adult Literature Bookroom for the Social Studies Department

© 2000 by Andi Stix, Ed.D., Recently, the District #2 Office in New York City mandated that all children at the middle school level should read 25 books per year.  While the burden of this mandate fell most heavily on … Continue reading

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Using Multi-Level Young Adult Literature in the Middle School American Studies

by Andi Stix, Ed.D. and Marshall George, Ed.D. ©  2000 Social Studies Journal, v91 n1 p25-31 Jan-Feb 2000 Talk to middle school teachers about the challenges of teaching today, and you are likely to be barraged with a long list … Continue reading

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Creating Rubrics Through Negotiable Contracting and Assessment

© 1997 by Andi Stix, Ed.D. Chapter 7 in Understanding Scoring Rubrics; A Teacher’s Guide, Carol Boston, Editor US Department of Education ERIC #ED411274    What would happen if students were invited to help decide how their work should be evaluated? … Continue reading

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