In Don't @ Me (2:16), Tom identifies the most efficient and effective happiness killer. Then (15:11) hear how the first 24 guests have answered the question, "What's your definition of success?" Finally, in Assessment Corner (37:02), Tom describes why conversations about a new vision for university transcripts need to be thought through in terms of plausibility for the end-users; that visions that have no real plausibility of execution are counter-productive to bringing about meaningful change.
Father Phil | LaVonna Roth | Homework (2)
Debating Both Sides | Muhammad Khalifa | Homework
Happiness Booster | Lee Ann Jung | Habits of Learning
Relentless Outrage | Matt Townsley | Leading Change in Assessment (2)
Happy for Others | Peter DeWitt | Leading Change in Assessment
Defending vs Defensive | Alexa Schmid | Normative Tendencies
Introspection Illusions | Natalie Conway | Consumable Report Cards?
BONUS: Standardized Testing with Tom Guskey
Defending EduSpeak | Trevor MacKenzie | Self-Reflection
Allure of Labels | Starr Sackstein | Multiple-Choice
Experience for Nuance | Jay McTighe | Assessing Creativity
Learning Loss Illusion | Shauna Brown | Net-Zero Grading Reform
Psychology of Conspiracy | Katie Novak | Atypical Assessments (2)
Professional Judgment | Rick Wormeli | Atypical Assessments
Rehumanize Each Other | Tom Hierck | Grading: Verb or Noun?
Celebrating You! | 5 Leadership Lessons | Assessing Collaboration
Attitude of Gratitude | Erik Francis | Repacking Standards
Harm of Hyperbole | Cassandra Erkens | Year-End Standards
Get it Wrong | Tara Barton | Memorization
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