In Don't @ Me (4:48), Tom explores the feeling of gratitude and how it can actually impact you and your brain; he also expresses his gratitude for you, the listening audience. In the Interview (15:19), Tom is joined by Erik Francis to discuss what makes for a good question and how to effectively use Depth of Knowledge (DOK) in planning. Finally, in Assessment Corner (1:25:00), Tom addresses the practice of repacking standards for cognitive rigor.
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
Harm of Hyperbole | Cassandra Erkens | Year-End Standards
Get it Wrong | Tara Barton | Memorization
Lead with Your Charisma | Bill Ferriter | Instructional Agility
Attention for Change | Katie Martin | Reassessment
The Debate of Ideas | Katie White | Rubrics (2)
Alberta Curriculum | Josh Ogilvie (PHE) | Rubrics
Parents | Tim Stuart | Predictions or Interventions
Details Matter | Thrive Ed. Students | 3 Big Ideas for SBG
Keeping it Real | Nicole Dimich (Thrive Ed.) | Student Accountability
Assessment Literacy | Anthony Muhammad (Pt. 2) | Final Exams
The Real World | Anthony Muhammad (Pt. 1) | Effective Feedback
Back to School Balance | Tom Guskey | Large-Scale Assessment
BONUS: Twitter | Segment Details | Book Giveaway | First Interview Guest
Introducing "The Tom Schimmer Podcast"
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