In my weekly news email from LinkedIn, the January 1st subject read, “Teachers quitting in record numbers.” As someone who desires to be a lifelong educator but recently decided to step out of the classroom, I found myself both relating with the teachers’ perspectives and feeling discouraged with the circumstances.
With the start of 2019 comes New Year’s Resolutions, the annual January hashtags (i.e., #NewYearNewMe), and a searching for what will bring about the change that so many seek. For leaders in education, we often find ourselves asking, “What platform, curriculum, or teaching strategy will revolutionize our school’s data or our day-to-day operations?”
If only they would release more assessment items! If I just knew what the test looked like. It’s always a moving target—it always changes! Who
Educational assessment articles and books across this country in the last five years have referenced hogs, chickens, and cows. The question has been if you
Alexander Clarkson continues his two part series, detailing how he uses Edcite to make continuous feedback and formative assessment sustainable and effective.
Alexander Clarkson describes the challenges facing teachers that want to give students frequent feedback through formative assessments. Part 1 of a 2 post series.