Learning Feedback

  • 3 Education Myths—Part 1

    by - Oct 13, 2015
    There are many education myths that continue to get more press than they deserve. We thought a series debunking these ridiculous statements appropriate. Here are 3 Education Myths—Part 1: Myth 1:...
  • Know Your Data!

    by - Jun 5, 2015
    As school leader, and educator, it pays to know your data. It is easy to confuse data with information, though. Certainly information can help make decisions, but it is all the...
  • How Many Students Are Actively Engaged?

    by - May 4, 2015
    “How many students, in each class, regardless the subject area, are actively engaged in their lessons? Lately, I seem to be re-sharing the same message with many school leaders as well...
  • Feedback Makes the Grade

    by - Apr 28, 2015
    In many schools and districts percentages and their associated letter grades are still the norm, and daily feedback for learning still deemed an impossible consideration—or not considered at all. We should...
  • Jill Hobson: Personalized Learning and Feedback

    by - Apr 15, 2015
    Personalized learning has certainly reached trending status in the education community. The phrase is being used in many places with many different definitions. For instance, the U.S. Department of Education, in...
  • Dr. Jamie Jensen: Active or Flipped?

    by - Apr 8, 2015
    Discipline-based education researcher Dr. Jamie Jensen, Assistant Professor of Biology at Brigham Young University (BYU), Provo, UT, is out to discover whether it’s the Active part of lessons, rather than the...
  • Meaningful Little Student Data

    by - Mar 30, 2015
    It seems data has gotten some negative press lately, especially when the word is associated with student information, but meaningful student data is extremely essential to teaching and learning. It shouldn’t...
  • Patrick Larkin: Instructional Technology Top 6

    by - Mar 24, 2015
    Patrick Larkin (@PatrickMLarkin on Twitter) has been a classroom educator, building principal, district leader, and always an outspoken advocate for students, teachers, instructional technology, and education change. Today, Larkin is the...
  • New Hampshire Leads PACE Assessment

    by - Mar 18, 2015
    New Hampshire, and the New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE), is setting the PACE with its Performance Assessment for Competency Education pilot (PACE). Four New Hampshire school districts, Epping, Sanborn Regional,...
  • Feedback Is More Than Raising Hands

    by - Mar 9, 2015
    If raising hands is the only feedback device used at schools, today, it should be cause for a loud learning alarm to go off, because it certainly could be classified as...