With Hypermedia Mean Improved Student Learning Outcomes? These are actually two different questions that both are of interest to me.
Planning carefully, when and why I just read this article in Edutopia. I think Elena Díaz has a lot of
Moving away from a school environment where collaborating considered to be cheating In 2012 I wore an article for KQED
How do we change assessment practices in an open digital world? According to UNESCO monitoring, over 100 countries have implemented
Is Assessment Ready to Move Beyond Standardized Tests? These MIT Researchers Think So. By making assessment playful, we can get
These days we are discussing the value of grades in Norway. Many schools have decided not to give the students
I recently started thinking about the term “Just in time assessment“. The reason why is that the teachers at my
The Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment This week I will be traveling to London to attend the Bett conference.
Feedback is one of the best ways to support student learning. According to John Hattie, Feedback has an effect size of
How to use student feedback to improve teaching? Measuring what students are learning should be an ongoing process, not only
Might I suggest a visit to our school? I just read this article: “Fiddling with Time in Classrooms” by Larry
I just read this article in Mindshift and it reminds me of the book I read and loved “The end
This seams like a pretty straight forward claim, but I guess it is a good time to be reminded about
I Just read this article in EdSurge about Peer Feedback. This is something I think will help both teachers and
In my search for material related to the topic “Relevance in teaching and learning”, I found this academic publication. Tricia Bertram