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Assessment That Makes Learning Unforgettable

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Is Technology a Means or an End?

 Is Technology A Means or An End?If you want to make a cake, does it matter if you beat the eggs with a fork or electric mixer? Either would work, but if you wanted to make meringue, you’d probably reach for the electric mixer. If you are gathering leaves in your yard, a blower may work faster than a rake, but the…See More
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Assess, Teach, Learn, Repeat: Why Assessment Comes First

Assess, Teach, Learn, Repeat: Why Assessment Comes FirstImagine you have decided to learn a new skill: Perhaps Medieval cookery or competitive stone skipping. But, how do you begin? An internet search may explain strategies and give you examples of people who achieved prominence. You may also decide to read articles…See More
Dec 5, 2017
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ASSESSMENT FUN and GAMES

Assessment FUN* and Games*FUN = Focused, Useful, eNgaging Is the FUN missing in your assessments? Tests may not provoke joy in your students, but these strategies can make assessment more user-friendly than traditional measures. These active assessments are informative, engaging, responsive, support student ownership, and of course, aligned with learning intentions. SPOT THE FAKEChoose the real news item from the list and defend your selection: This can be used as a pre-assessment, review of…See More
Oct 24, 2017
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Restorative Assessment: Strength-Based Practices That Support All Learners

Restorative justice dates back to the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi (@1700 B.C.) where it was believed that any crime harmed the whole community. In nursing, it refers to a healing process where the treatment is responsive to an identified need. In classrooms, restorative practices foster a positive school climate and culture empowering students as problem solvers and owners of learning. …See More
Oct 12, 2017
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Tell our School Leadership 2.0 community a little bit about yourself. Feel free to post your email address and website. Also feel free to list your areas of interest. This will help other members dialogue with you.
I'm passionate about assessment and invite you to find resources and a toolbox at my website: http://assessmentnetwork.net
I'm looking forward to meeting others who put assessment first.
What is your present job title?
Chairperson/Coordinator, University Faculty, Staff Developer, Board Trustee
At what school level do you work?
Middle School, High School, K-12, College/University
Where do you work?
Other location in USA

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Is Technology a Means or an End?

Posted on May 18, 2018 at 11:00am 0 Comments

 

Is Technology A Means or An End?

If you want to make a cake, does it matter if you beat the eggs with a fork or electric mixer? Either would work, but if you wanted to make meringue, you’d probably reach for the electric mixer. If you are gathering leaves in…

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PRE-ASSESSMENT: WHERE TEACHING AND LEARNING BEGIN

Posted on April 29, 2018 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

What is Pre-assessment?

Pre-assessment is an action or strategy at the start of instruction that reveals student’s incoming knowledge and skills and, in response, informs teaching and learning. It can occur at the start of a lesson, the beginning of a unit, or the introduction of a new idea, concept or skill. Think about the skilled baker who may have pre-measured all the ingredients only to discover that the bread is undercooked because the oven temperature wasn’t…

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Assess, Teach, Learn, Repeat: Why Assessment Comes First

Posted on December 5, 2017 at 8:56am 0 Comments

Assess, Teach, Learn, Repeat: Why Assessment Comes First



Imagine you have decided to learn a new skill: Perhaps Medieval cookery or competitive stone skipping. But, how do you begin? An internet search may explain…

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