Another cheat sheet on Twitter. I just came across this graphic on lexisclick.com and I found it really worth sharing with my readers here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. You will find...
via @kjarrett Upset by what they claimed was misinformation and misperceptions permeated by media coverage, Pearson made a botched attempt to launch a social media campaign (see the internal memo) to “demystify testing for parents.” Pearson employees spent the day censoring comments but as the 9 - 5ers left the office, parents and teachers came on duty to send a loud and clear message to Pearson: “We’re not mystified. We don’t want your tests.”
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