What a great idea! DeAnza College DeAnza College has a community service learning project that involves developing open educational resources. They suggest several projects that students can contribute to. What a phenomenal way to teach about open education, while also
I tried out the wiki-embedded formative assessment idea in several workshops last week. Here is what worked well: It was quick and easy when people could get there easily. (See below.) The general results were very close to my intuition
There will be a discussion on open content in ed at the Future of Education tonight. Hope you can join us. If not, the recording will be posted afterward.
So I’ve been thinking a lot and talking to people about the formative assessment idea I wrote about earlier this week. (The working name is now the “comprehension plug-in”…thanks to Chris Campbell for this great name.) As a part of
I just read a discussion group post on the subject of “I have $10,000 to spend on technology. How should I spend it?” I hear this sort of question (or ones closely related….”I have a grant opportunity. What should I
I’ve been brainstorming ideas for applying Web 2.0 technologies to formative assessment. Here is a useful, easy-to-implement idea: My thought is to use this after each major instructional block of content, which depending on the class and the day, could
The first eleven Tech Basics videos are now up! These are intended for teachers who struggle with some of the basic Windows OS skills that can help make them more productive. Topics include things like right-clicking, screen captures, file management,
Following up on my post on “tech basics no teacher should be without,” I have the first couple movies up. I’d love to hear any feedback on these. Also, they’re licensed CC-By so feel free to download, rip, and burn