California English Journal — February 2018

Theme: Measuring What Matters

Artist of this issue: Erin Shaver

California English journal February 2018


Reframing Classroom Assessment: Making Formative Assessment Moves That Matter
Carrie Holmberg and Brent Duckor

Grading Ralphie Parker’s Theme
Lori Campbell

Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking to Help English Learners Change Their Worlds
Kathleen Rowley

Measuring What Matters: Rethinking Assessment
Zane G. Porter

Ditching the Reading Quiz: Blogging Jane Eyre
Hayley Shaplan

The CATE Board: Carmen Carrillo

CATE 2018 Program

How Might We Measure What Really Matters?
Bill Younglove

Formative and Focused, Specific and Substantive: Moving from “Spellcheck” to “So What” Feedback
Andrew McNally

CATE 2016-2017 Creative Writing Winners: Nikole Opeodu, Skyler Wu, Jillian Drews, Ryan Stretch, Simi Bohuslav, Danica Ho

CATE 2016-2017 Professional Creative Writing Winners: Glenn Morgan, Steve Rodriguez

Features and Columns

President’s Perspective: We Rise by Lifting Others

From the Editor: Measuring What Matters

Call for Manuscripts

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Call for Manuscripts

Next Issue: May 2018

This issue of California English invites you to share with colleagues how you or someone you know has made a difference as a teacher. You might describe a particularly successful lesson or an interaction with a particular student. Your story could focus on a conversation with a new teacher or with an administrator. Is there a book that made a difference in your students’ attitudes towards reading? Was there an assignment that sparked tremendous excitement in your young writers?

Due Date: March 15, 2018