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337Re: [EASCI] Reader Needed!

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  • kathy rogers
    Feb 8, 2002
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      --- Patrick Rogers <rogers_p@...> wrote:
      > Becki-- My name is Pat Rogers. I am an EASCI
      > certified teacher from Florida. I would be happy to
      > offer any help in proof reading or mentoring that I
      > can. If you are able to e-mail me your entry I
      > would be happy to review it from an accomplished
      > teaching perspective. Unfortunately, I am not the
      > one to proofread for grammar or language mechanics.
      > Patrick Rogers
      > NBCT
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Stephen & Becki James
      > To: EASCI@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Monday, February 04, 2002 3:13 PM
      > Subject: [EASCI] Reader Needed!
      > As I am finishing my entries, I would like to have
      > an EASCI certified teacher to proofread my work. I
      > need someone to be brutally honest with me and tell
      > me if I am on the right track or not. I would also
      > like to have a mentor. Does anyone know how I can
      > get some help with this? I have read the message
      > boards and know how important it is to not go at
      > this alone. (Who would want to!?) I have been to
      > my state's NBPTS workshops, but I have not had any
      > luck finding someone certified in EASCI that can
      > help me. Any assistance anyone can provide would be
      > greatly appreciated! Thanks for your time!
      > Becki
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      > patrick,
      thank you so much for your offer. I'd like to ask you
      a few questions if you don't mind about the assessment
      entry. What types of assessment do you think NBC is
      looking for? I teach 6th grade and we're about to
      begin our forces and motion unit.(newton's laws. I
      have my students do diagrams and explanations in their
      science journals. My friend (also NBC in math) says I
      should focus on a skill, such as inferring, but I
      really am having a hard time visualizing that. Im
      beginningn to think maybe Im not so accomplished:)
      anyway what are your thoughts? Id really appreciate
      any feedback at all.
      kathy rogers

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