Lindsay Hodgson
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Collecting Final Thoughts

Posted on January 1, 2016 at 10:33pm 0 Comments

The new year is bringing a close to a major part of my life: my TLLP Project Building Bridges.  The project itself has been a blessing, although it has hit many bumps, curves and let's face it, loop-de-loops!

I have been priviledged to have worked with wonderful educators, whose sound knowledge, passion and commitment to student learning has helped inspire me to explore the many different avenues this true inquiry has led me.  

As I…


Pieces of the Puzzle

Posted on December 4, 2015 at 11:25pm 0 Comments

After many hours, a long break and a dive back in, I have completed the continuum.  I spent my free time cutting, pasting, ordering  and re-reading our hard work and knowledge of student work.  
There are many who say that French Immersion students should meet the expectations that an English student has.  It has been my experience that this is not the case, at least not until later grades.  Part of this project analysed what French Immersion students (grades 3-6) could produce…

Back In the Saddle

Posted on November 7, 2015 at 10:15pm 0 Comments

Tuesday marked a day where I could return to my project.  After months of not being able to analyze, question or reflect on student fluency, I brushed off the dust and began to get to work.  

When I had initially made my project proposal, I was working with Grade 3 students.  Last September, I was reassigned a grade 4 and 5 combined blended class.  This meant that I would be teaching both French Immersion students and English students, Language Arts.  The data set that I…


The Continuum, a work in progress!

Posted on April 28, 2015 at 8:44pm 0 Comments

On Monday, I met with my counterparts again to filter and sort through our samples.  Much of the day was spent examining our rubric and then in turn sorting our level 2's into a four tiered system, and then for our three's and level 4's.

We had so much valid discussion as we saw that there was students of different grades crossing into our samples.  We had grade 4 work in level 4's, grade 6 work in level 2's and we really we able to distinguish specific elements that would help our…


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At 5:32am on May 6, 2014, Jim Strachan said…

Welcome Lindsay!


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