Assessment of new forms of learning is a difficult challenge. Do you see evidence of learning in this US history class at the No. 1 High School Affiliated with Central China Normal University in Wuhan? These students are doing the difficult work of researching, designing, developing, and presenting their solutions and ideas to essential questions about why the Articles of Confederation were insufficient to govern the newly created United States of America, and how the delegates went about building consensus around compromises as part of the process of writing the US Constitution at the Convention of 1787, These are Chinese students at a Chinese public school in the middle of China. But the evidence of learning can and should be recognized universally. See if you can pick out your own criteria for learning in a digital classroom from these images.