I really feel that these habits of mind are important for us. It's hard to change, and we need to be less critical of ourselves in this ever-changing environment of education. It is no longer possible to be an expert. Take a look, see what habits of mind that you need to work harder on to become a modern teacher.
from Edutopia by David Wees
Definition A formative assessment or assignment is a tool teachers use to give feedback to students and/or guide their instruction. It is not included in a student grade, nor should it be used to judge a teacher's performance. Both of these would be considered summative assessments.
I've been reading up on Connected Learning and like this infographic that explains the principles.
See the Connected Learning Alliance website for other videos
The search operators in this video include:
title: search by the file’s title (group phrases in quotation marks)
owner: search according to who owns the item (works best with owner:email address)
type: search by the file type (this covers: document, spreadsheet, presentation, drawing, image, video, image_or_video, pdf, and textdoc)
is:starred - search items that you’ve marked with a star
by Juju on Kidboggersclub.com
You will find the article at this link.
I facilitated a workshop on Lexile Measurement, here is the link:
Lexile Workshop webpages and resources
My Capstone Project was to implement a digital literacy and citizenship curriculum at Cedarburg's middle school. Much of my research and resources used can be found on the following pages.
Resource page for Info Lit and Digi Citizenship Resources
Everything You Needed to Know About Copyright for the Tech Savvy Classroom
POSTED BY IAN JUKES
ON FEBRUARY 9, 2014
Interesting article! I can say, I already see many of the 8 items near extinction.
“I learned to dream through reading,
learned to create dreams through writing,
and learned to develop dreamers through teaching.”
~ Sharon M. Draper