There is an invention opportunity to better credential units of learning. Listed are six opportunities to better capture and communicate learning.
While the pandemic has had its roadblocks, it has provided dynamic learning experiences that allow for continual feedback and iteration, voice and choice, reflection, and opportunities for continual growth.
Several years in the making, and under new leadership, ACT has become a fully-orbed learning organization with a focus upon equity. ACT is sharing tools and a roadmap to address the needs of students in the present.
By: Devin Vodicka. It's time for an invention opportunity around assessments - create new policies, practices, and tools that encourage the development of purposeful goals tied to whole-child and competency-based learning progressions.
By: Dr. Margy Jones-Carey. The move to hyrbid and remote learning has paved the way for educators to make more time for formative assessments.
The future of learning is smart measurement-- a collection of authentic and adaptive observations over time. The results help learners understand their growth and tell their stories.
David Ross, formerly the Senior Director for the Buck Institute for Education and CEO of the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, continues a monthly series chronicling his decision to go from classroom to boardroom and back again. In this edition, he focuses on the rich resources and deep challenges of teaching during the time of coronavirus.
By: Jenny Pieratt. The Founder and President of CraftED Curriculum tackles how to begin teaching self-reflection, peer evaluation, and assessment in early elementary.
By: Eric Kalenze. The recent adjustment to distance learning has required teachers to manage curriculum differently, redistribute expectations, and plan accordingly under the circumstances. Online testing is no exception.