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This book takes the reader through the creation of the ICU...Intensive Care Unit, from its inception in the classrooms and hallways of schools to the standard that "Every Student Will Complete Every Assignment". You will feel the passion and see a practical approach, created by teachers, of how to have students complete their assignments and create a healthy school culture focused on student learning and accountability. This is a great book to create thinking amongst all educators through staff, small group, or individual book studies as you grow learning, move away from poor educational grading practices that do not work, and create momentum for "Mastery Learning."
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ISBN: 9780985696160
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