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We've been talking about how to properly build multiple-choice questions as well as WHY you should do it. This chaotic mind map should help. Maybe.
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Kids who are learning to read and write also need to be able to press a reset button. They need constant formative assessment, feedback that is “just in time, just for me, and just for where I am in the learning process.
Play has earned some inaccurate baggage of connotations over the years. When we talk about playing in education or play time, many would push back that it is not appropriate to play in classroom, or
Here's the first page of a three-page "literacy" test that racist authorities in Louisiana presented to black people as a way to keep them from voting in 1964.
6 Common Misunderstandings About Assessment Of Learning
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Countless hours have been spent as teaching teams sit staring at a screen trying to agree on a summative assessment task. The purpose of these summative assessment tasks is supposed to be to check ...
What’s the key to effective learning? One intriguing body of research suggests a rather riddle-like answer: It’s not just what you know. It’s what you know about what you know.
Are you smarter than an eighth grader? How about an eighth grader who graduated in 1912?
I've had a great time preparing my formative assessment infographic to show ideas for assessment with and without the aide of technology. Do you have ideas for formative assessment? Please share in...