Student Created Rubrics and Assessments

As educators, I am sure we all see that the for the most part, the more students are involved in their learning process, the better the outcome. “Many studies support the fact that increasing student engagement improves learning in higher education (Astin,1993; Kuh, 2003; Kuh, Kinzie, Schuh, & Whitt, 2005; Pascarella & Terenzini, 2005).” (NOBA, … Continue reading Student Created Rubrics and Assessments

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Computers, Raptor, and Alice… Oh My!

Within the realm of the topics we are exploring this week, we are looking at knowledge artifacts for higher level competencies. I think that the programming design tools that are used in programming classes are a good example of these artifacts. For programming the higher level thought processes that the student conducts are crucial to … Continue reading Computers, Raptor, and Alice… Oh My!

Successful Pre Assessment Can Lead to Successful Differentiated Instruction, Learning and Assessment

I am a big fan of differentiated instruction and learning strategies being that our classes especially in the online environment are very diverse. With differentiated instruction and learning will hopefully involve differentiated assessment for a truly optimal differentiated educational implementation and outcome for all involved. However, in order to embark upon any form of differentiated instruction, … Continue reading Successful Pre Assessment Can Lead to Successful Differentiated Instruction, Learning and Assessment

Adaptive Learning Analysis and Guidelines

The Great Adaptive Learning Experiment John Waters (2014) in his article titled, “The Great Adaptive Learning Experiment”, points out the difference between personalized and adaptive learning. "Personalized learning is really an umbrella term," said Adam Newman, founding partner of Education Growth Advisors (EGA), ”It's a way in which learning is modified, adjusted or customized to meet an individual … Continue reading Adaptive Learning Analysis and Guidelines