Feedback = Learning

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Feedback is needed to improve. Examine methods to increase the frequency and quality of feedback with students. Many examples of online and paper-based forms and techniques will be shared. Importance of Frequent, Quality Formative Assessment by Chuck Holland at Ed.TED.com Happiness Shawn Anchor at Ed.TED.com TPEP Documents for This Workshop - 2 Minute Doug Johnson’s A ...

Assessments That Grade Themselves

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

Presented by Scott Le Duc Can this be true, assessments that are automatically scored and the results emailed to students with support material to help them? Yes, and it's not the steep learning curve that some may anticipated. Documents for This Workshop Doug Johnson’s A Framework for Teaching and Technology Doug Johnson’s Teacher Evaluations and Technology Artifacts ...

Use Technology to Document Danielson

Monday, June 17th, 2013

"I believe that one of the reasons my framework has become so widely accepted is that it gives voice to what all educators know, that teaching is very complex work, it's a thinking person's job and you cannot follow a cookbook." - Charlotte Danielson "Doctors work as interns and residents... attorneys ...

Engaged Learning Model

Sunday, November 11th, 2012

What is this? I created this graphic to help teachers design learner-friendly presentation activities in the classroom. According to John Medina's BrainRules, an audience's attention span is about 10 minutes. At this point, the presenter needs to recalibrate before continuing with the presentation.  This cycle can be repeated numerous times, ...

How Assignments, Assessments, and Activities Differ and Relate

Friday, September 14th, 2012