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Assessment is Key

Assessment is Key

Student reflection It seems we, as teachers, are always concerned about assessment.  Is it formative or summative? Is it for, as, or of learning? Who will the assessment be reported to and what is the main objective of the report?  Often, unfortunately, we are told assessments have to be completed for data to be given… Continue reading Assessment is Key

Half Way Already!

Half Way Already!

This is my first fully on-line class.  I really like the Zoom Room concept as you can be involved in the class in as many way as you would in a classroom situation. I have completed a blended class in which Zoom Room was utilized as a tool for watching not participating; very little interaction… Continue reading Half Way Already!

Unlike Sesame Street

Unlike Sesame Street

Our assignment this week was to discuss Neil Postman statement, “…We now know that “Sesame Street” encourages children to love school only if school is like “Sesame Street.” Ah, Sesame Street, a place where learning occurred and the learner didn’t even know it was happening.   I truly sat and thought about this for a period… Continue reading Unlike Sesame Street

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