One, one thousand, two, one thousand, three, one thousand… Three seconds…what can you do in three seconds? Apparently a lot.
Asking questions is a fundamental way educators elicit information from learners about their learning…or is it? The nature of the
Effective questioning encourages learners to learn with and from each other, supporting a classroom community focused on eliciting and sharing thinking and building thinking skills.
The COVID-19 virus became the great disruptor across the world.
We haven’t posted in some time. Not because we didn’t want to, but rather, we weren’t sure exactly what to
Does language shape thought? In other words, do the words we use to talk about ideas and concepts impact how
“Getting children to reflect on progress themselves, to climb to the ‘high ground’ from which they can survey their own
How can you learn more about effective assessment? In this series of posts we have proposed using a cyclical process
How can you be purposeful and intentional about doing to learn?
…the assessment process supports learning for learners of all ages – including adult educators who are trying to learn new ways of assessing and evaluating!