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Common Core Assessment Simulator - Looking at next gen assessment

Common Core Assessment Simulator - Looking at next gen assessment | Teaching | Scoop.it

Via Darren Burris
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Assessments are an important part of the Common Core thinking...

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Beth Panitz, Ed.D.'s curator insight, June 27, 2013 7:34 PM

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Renni Wooden's comment, July 3, 2013 12:04 PM
Very interested in your topic
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ELA Task Generation Models from PARCC assessment-"inside" the exam


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Six Big Tech Trends in Education to Follow | MindShift

Six Big Tech Trends in Education to Follow | MindShift | Teaching | Scoop.it
Many of the predictions in this year's report match those made for higher education too: mobile learning, open content, cloud computing, and yes -- 3D printers.

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Using E-Portfolios in the Classroom

Using E-Portfolios in the Classroom | Teaching | Scoop.it

With more and more schools going paperless or migrating to the "cloud" (storing files on the Internet), student work has become more easily shareable, accessible by many, and more easily organized. Many teachers have turned to digital portfolios -- or "e-portfolios" -- for their students. These digital portfolios have caused a huge shift in how teachers assign, collect and assess student classwork and projects.


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Becky Mowat's comment, June 12, 2013 6:37 AM
Impressive, Ludmilla!! Love PBworks as well.
Becky Mowat's comment, June 12, 2013 6:37 AM
Impressive, Ludmilla!! Love PBworks as well.
Rebecca Delabrer's curator insight, October 5, 2014 9:45 PM

This article describes how student's work in school used to be more private and usually only seen by the teacher if it was done on paper. Now that schools are resorting to "paperless" classrooms, children's work is becoming much more easy to share and find and other things.

I don't think schools should go paperless. The internet is a dangerous place, especially for dumb kids our age. Not only that but the internet allows kids to cheat a lot easier than they already do now so it's promoting cheating indirectly.