Learning Feedback

  • Spotlight on Assessment

    by - Mar 3, 2015
    Computer assessment and standardized testing are in the news with the launch of PARCC (http://parcc.pearson.com). It joins the Common Core as one of education’s controversial topics around the nation. Even districts...
  • Student YouTube-Style Learning

    by - Dec 22, 2014
    Students of all ages are relying on touching screens, and YouTube-Style video options for learning in school and at home. The ability to touch a screen in order to scrub through...
  • Making Education Leadership Less Scary

    by - Dec 15, 2014
    Education leadership at all levels can be scary. Most leaders find it difficult to change, move in different directions, or try new things. But looking at leadership from the direction educators...
  • Teachers and Students Should Know Better!

    by - Dec 9, 2014
    Teachers should know better than anyone else how their students learn and what their students know. And in this time of letting the students control their own learning, the teacher should...
  • Why Should We Use Technology?

    by - Oct 28, 2014
    Technology can assist teachers in adding more time to concentrate on each student’s learning route. Every student takes a different path to learning. Therefore educators can employ a variety of teaching...
  • EdTech: Beyond Hands Held High

    by - Aug 22, 2014
    EdTech can help us get beyond just hands held high. Having said that, I find it very interesting that the responses I still get for the reasons assessment technology isn’t used...
  • Incorporate Back to School with New Learning

    by - Aug 13, 2014
    There is no rule that says you can’t incorporate back to school with new learning and new curriculum—right from the start. I’m reminded that back-to-school timing is different wherever you are...
  • Kids, What Do You Want to Learn Today?

    by - Aug 7, 2014
    Today, as I think about authentic learning, I’m reminded of a last century education conversation I had with a young, and very unprepared teacher, who said, “I go in each day...
  • Education Feedback Legacy

    by - Jul 28, 2014
    In most cases, if you look, there’s a history—an education legacy—good or bad—sometimes successful and sometimes not—education feedback is no exception. When someone says “feedback in class” to me without sharing...