Are you looking for ways to validate learning beyond reduced choice exams? Join Jason Altman from the DE assessment team and DEN STAR’s Peg Hartwig and Cary Supalo For a refreshing look at 21st C assessment strategies for low incidence populations throughout K12 science and mathematics. All educators interested in alternative assessment strategies for low
I recently saw a post sharing 100 Twitter Tips for Teachers. It’s a great list, but for me, it’s too big. I looked through the list and pulled some that I thought were especially important. Below are my 11 Twitter Tips for Educators, narrowed down from TeachThoughts 100, with some of their notes mixed in with
Over the past few months I have delivered a presentation I call “Creating Innovative Learning Environments” a handful of times. It was initially developed as a breakout session presentation for the DEN Summer Institute in Bozeman this past July. Over the past year I have read a variety of books, blog posts and articles and
Enjoy the DEN Weekly Update for October 26, 2012.
It’s time for another edition of Things I Think You Should Read. These are articles and blog posts I’ve seen over the last week or so that I’ve found interesting. If you’re active on Twitter, you may have seen these already, but for those who haven’t, take some time and read these. I think you