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Rhondda Powling

7 Assessment Tips and Tools to Know What Your Students Are Really Learning @coolcatteacher - 3 views

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    "How do we know our students have really mastered the standards we are supposed to teach? In this post assessment coach Garnett Hillman helps us understand how our assessments need to change. Discussed here are some tools and tips to help us with assessments."
Rhondda Powling

John Hattie in conversation with Maxine McKew - 7 views

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    A good interview from a very articulate man on "What really matters in education?". A lot of good sense and seemingly simple advice.
Chris Betcher

YouTube - Steve Jobs Lost Interview 1990 - A must watch for any entreprenuer - 1 views

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    Steve Jobs Lost Interview 1990 - A must watch for any entreprenuer
Rhondda Powling

Newsarama.com : All-Ages Reader: BRIAN SELZNICK is WONDERSTRUCK - 0 views

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    An interview with Brian Selznick (Hugo Cabret and Wonderstruck) by Zack Smith (Newsarama) "Brian Selznick won the Caldecott Award for best children's illustrated book in 2008 with The Invention of Hugo Cabret, which was the basis for the upcoming film Hugo, directed by no less than Martin Scorsese. That book combined extended illustrated sequences with prose, and his new book, Wonderstruck, is even more ambitious, with silent illustrated sequences taking up more than 400 of the book's 600-plus pages"
Rhondda Powling

E-Books, DRM and Universal Formats -Read an ebook week March 6-12 - 2 views

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    Digital strategist and writer Sara Rosso had an opportunity to do a one-on-one interview with Cory Doctorow. Here is and excerpt of that interview - E-books, DRM and Universal Formats.
Tony Searl

NZ Interface Magazine | If you can't use technology get out of teaching! - 12 views

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    Is a lack of PD a barrier? Professional development is a barrier, although I think they can teach themselves much of what teachers need to be learning to be able to modernise their classrooms. The worst thing a teacher can say is: "who's going to teach me how to do that?" Teachers are teachers and should be able to teach themselves what they need to know. If they can't then they probably shouldn't be teaching. You want a teacher who can keep up. There are networks of other educators out there that can connect you with new skills. Professional development doesn't have to be something that is done to teachers - it can be just ongoing conversations they're having with other professionals that they're learning from every day.
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