Interdisciplinary teaching refers to the concept of learning a single subject from multiple perspectives. Proven to boost learning outcomes and enthusiasm around learning, interdisciplinary teaching allows
Month: January 2020
Rethinking K-12 learning and tackling inequality through education.
The concept of project-based education After watching a presentation of the new school reform in Norway, more specifically the NOU 2019: 25. I was reminded of
What teachers need to do, Noam Chomsky on assessment
Passing tests doesn’t begin to compare with searching and inquiring and into pursuing topics that engage and excite us. That’s far more significant than passing
Grading and formative assessment – what is the difference?
These days we are discussing the value of grades in Norway. Many schools have decided not to give the students grades, but to focus on
Just in time assessment
I recently started thinking about the term “Just in time assessment“. The reason why is that the teachers at my school still struggle with students who
The Impact of Peer Assessment on Academic Performance
The Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment This week I will be traveling to London to attend the Bett conference. I have to admit I
Here are some points to remember when you teach. I just read this article about how to instill a growth mindset in students. Source: Prodigy
The Benefits of Teaching for Administrators
I just read this article in Edutopia and reminded me of how important I think it is to be connected to the classroom. Ever since