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David Wees

I'm a Canadian who started my teaching career in an inner city school in Brooklyn, NY. After three years in NYC I met my wife and moved to London, England where I taught in a private International Baccalaureate (IB) school. Two years later we moved on to Bangkok, Thailand with our small child in tow where I worked in another IB school. After four years living in Vancouver and working in an independent school there, now I work for New Visions for Public Schools as a Formative Assessment Specialist.

Areas of Interest: 
Educational reform,
Innovative teaching practices,
Web 2.0,
Playing with my sons,
Mathematics

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Posted discussion 56 Examples of Formative Assessment

11 months 1 week ago to Assessment

Posted discussion Should teachers assign marks of zero for students?

1 year 1 month ago to Assessment

Posted discussion Rethinking averaging of grades

1 year 1 month ago to Assessment

Posted discussion Should we assign homework?

1 year 1 month ago to Assessment

Posted discussion Revitalizing this group

1 year 1 month ago to Assessment

Posted blog Mathematics Education: A Way Forward

1 year 1 month ago to Student Engagement