Formative vs summative assessment You have to begin to weigh formative versus summative assessment.” Rick Wormeli, author of Fair Isn’t Always Equal and Differentiation, explains
What can we learn from other countries? In this video they take a look at countries making the big strides when it comes to 21st
Hans Rosling had a question: Do some religions have a higher birth rate than others — and how does this affect global population growth? Speaking
Theme All through this school year our main theme has been how to make a difference, concentrating on examples from around the world. This spring
I recently read this post; Flipped Classrom: The Full Picture for Higher education by Jackie Gerstein, Ed.D., where I found the Youtube video embedded below.
Preparation before taking the exam There are some important areas where you can improve your work before you start writing. One is how to search using
What is high-tech cheating exactly? Is it really a problem, or do our old-school definitions of cheating need rethinking? Most educators agree that students must
I have copied this post from the Powerful Learning Practice web site. Mostly to remind myself of all the books I already have on my
Global challenges One curriculum goal for us this year is Elaborate on and discuss a number of international and global challenges. Here is an interesting
I recently wrote a post called “Connected Test-Taking: Is It Cheating?” at the Voices from the Learning Revolution. Would you like to have access to
The journey! We started on an adventure with our class this year. Collecting money for a school in Lesotho, wanting to connect our two schools.
Did you ever wonder where a special event took place? Richard Byrne posted how to use Google Maps on Free Technology for Teachers. Using Google