What we say is not always what is heard, and the difference between those things provides for a lot of conflict and consternation. It is also a huge opportunity to ask questions and to strive for understanding. We should lean into that opportunity.
In a season that is seemingly filled with assessments and data, it may be important to remember who’s data it is. It doesn’t belong to the software or the assessment or even the teacher. It belongs to the students.
This is an amazing creative resource, and I am so glad that Adobe has now made the features more accessible to our students without compromising their data privacy.
Change is hard. Really hard.