This article is about a measure of student growth, not simply academic, as teachers experience their students, living day to day in their classrooms. It was published in the International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership. David Oborne, the author, is on the Education Committee for the Isle la Motte Preservation Trust, VT (US) where the Walk Through Time was exhibited and future programs on the deep time story will be held. Assessment measures are of great interest to teachers on the Network since current measures often make it difficult to teach the deep time story in an engaging way.
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