In Don't @ Me (2:06), Tom addresses the current obsession with false dichotomies and asserts that one in education has to stop. Then, Tom is joined by Catlin Tucker (17:05), author, speaker, leader, and expert in Blended Learning to discuss the ways teachers can efficiently and effectively implement a variety of models. Finally, in Assessment Corner (1:05:45), Tom highlights why examining standards is more than just identifying the verb; that the depth of thinking must also be considered if assessment tasks are going to rise to the promise of the standards.
Summer Series: UDL
Association isn't Causation | Ken O'Connor | Teaching to the Test
Lessons from Songland | Mandy Stalets | Enough Evidence?
Public Humility | Jennifer Abrams | Constructed-Response
With Age Comes... | Yvette Jackson | Non-Verbal Cues
Teacher Appreciation | Natalie Vardabasso | Assessment Purpose
Father Phil | LaVonna Roth | Homework (2)
Debating Both Sides | Muhammad Khalifa | Homework
Happiness Booster | Lee Ann Jung | Habits of Learning
Happiness Killer | Defining Success | Transcripts
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
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