Pre-Note: I’m @ a RttT conference at Columbus (sponsored by Ohio Dept of Education). These collection of posts are the running commentary and thoughts.
First, what is a performance assessment? Most folks think of it as a review of a product or portfolio.
For this pilot, learning separated from assessment portion for this [...]
There are rules, guidelines at the very least. You can’t just create something the morning of class, pick your favorite colors, throw in some clip art or stolen Google image search results and expect magic. Aesthetics matter.
We live in the world of screen. Our students live in the world of interactive, clamoring for attention, screen. Not paper. Paper [...]
For some time now I’ve worked on an essay titled “Disrupted by Algorithms”. I’m not ready to publish it yet, but the general direction of the essay is a focus on how technology (the algorithms) might do a better job (or more efficient job) at teaching some things than, well, myself as a teacher. Especially lower [...]
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