How does one go about becoming a continuing legal education (CLE) or CE provider in the US and Canada? [more inside]
I am very fortunate to have an employer that gives us $1000/year to spend on professional development. Help me spend it! [more inside]
Help me make a decision I keep circling over again and again -- interdisciplinary masters that lets me do some cool research now, or continuing to work/exist in desired city and a more professional and/or appropriate MA/PHd in the next year or two? [more inside]
Do you know anything about UChicago's Graham School, particularly its Editing curriculum? [more inside]
What are some jobs that are task-oriented but will still make use of my creativity and university education? [more inside]
How do I avoid slacking off at work? [more inside]
What professional certifications/licenses should I be studying for? [more inside]
I'm working with a few school start-up teams, and two of them are in search of resources for creating rubrics. I think I've convinced them that the act of creating rubrics is itself very valuable, but they still want to see some additional models before they jump in. Are there books or websites that provide strong sample rubrics as well as philosophical and practical guidelines for the creation of rubrics?