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Jackie Gerstein

Rubrics for Assessment - 38 views

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    Rubrics for Assessment
Aly Kenee

Idea : Docs for Teachers - Google Docs Help Center - 1 views

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    Google doc ideas for teachers, with rubrics
Jennifer Dorman

Ecto - Welcome! - 0 views

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    EctoLearning is also a full Learning Management System (LMS) with attendance tracking, grade book, and a sophisticated assessment engine including the use of rubrics based evaluations.
Heather Sullivan

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Assessment Rubrics - Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - 13 views

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    This looks great - I'm always on the lookout for rubrics.
Dean Mantz

http://kathyschrock.net/pdf/ipad_app_rubric.pdf - 23 views

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    iPod/iPad App evaluation rubric by Harry Walker of Johns Hopkins University and modified by Kathy Schrock.
Terry Underkoffler

Announcing - Bloom's Digital Taxonomy version 3.0 | Educational Origami - 0 views

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    version 3.0 , including starter sheets and refreshed rubrics
Fred Delventhal

educational-origami » Bloom's and ICT tools - 1 views

  • Bloom's and Revised Bloom's give us a learning process.
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    It's my experience that people forget that these are a learning process and not better over worse ways to teach.
RJ Stangherlin

Portfolios (Authentic Assessment Toolbox) - 23 views

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    Portfoliio creation for authentic assessment.
Scott Kinkoph

Free Technology for Teachers: A Picture is Worth 1,000 Gigabytes: Creating InfoGraphics with Middle School Students - 0 views

  • After finding an InfoGraphic about Factors that go into Choosing a Career for my 7th and 8th grade Career Exploration elective course, I wanted my students to make their own InfoGraphic about their own career interests and map out how they plan to achieve their target career.
    • Scott Kinkoph
       
      I have thought about Infographics in the same way.  Have students do the research and then create the graphic to assess what they have learned.  Assessment comes in many forms, yet a question needs to be answered.  "Is a grade derived from points given as the final description of what a student has learned, is a broad rubric written from the learning goals, or is a describe learning along a continuum?
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