How is Teaching Changing?



Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @kwhobbes For me -- I like data that shows growth over time, shows performance on specific objectives... and more... need to blog this... 12:59 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to kwhobbes
Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @kwhobbes Accurate, informs classroom practice, longitudinal (not one year snapshot of test scores), value-added, specific, diagnostic,... 12:57 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to kwhobbes
K Christopherson
K Christopherson

kwhobbes @ssandifer @budtheteacher - what is the right kind of data? 11:49 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to ssandifer
Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @budtheteacher Yes -- "right kinds of data" very important 12:42 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to budtheteacher
Bud Hunt
Bud Hunt

budtheteacher @fceblog: It should be a dynamic process. 11:39 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to fceblog
Claudia Ceraso
Claudia Ceraso

fceblog @budtheteacher @ssandifer Re: 'Right kinds of data'. An emphasis on how to assess that is not far behind. What's *right* could change fast. 02:34 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to budtheteacher
Mark Wagner
Mark Wagner

markwagner Am I missing any key twitter skills in the hands-on segment for tomorrow? http://tinyurl.com/28bko8 10:26 AM November 02, 2007 from twitterrific
Bud Hunt
Bud Hunt

budtheteacher @ssandifer: Yes. Quite right. And the emphasis on data needs to be the right _kinds_ of data. Not _one_ kind. 11:25 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to ssandifer
vanishingpoint
vanishingpoint

vanishingpoint @willrich it would be interesting to hear their perspectives on that question. 12:16 PM November 02, 2007 from txt
Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @fceblog in the lunch room right now :) 12:15 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to fceblog
vanishingpoint
vanishingpoint

vanishingpoint @willrich isnt that the question are teaching practices changing cause the world around our students sure is... 12:13 PM November 02, 2007 from txt


Claudia Ceraso
Claudia Ceraso

fceblog @ssandifer Enjoy lunch. 02:08 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to ssandifer
Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @all off to lunch duty... @everyone at techforum... don't hurt the vendors! :) 12:04 PM November 02, 2007 from web

Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @budtheteacher "More emphasis on data" -- not at all bad -- unless too much data talk leaves no time for exploring better instruction strat 12:01 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to budtheteacher
Bud Hunt
Bud Hunt

budtheteacher @willrich45: You know the message - we should all be learning. Together. All the time. Or at least most. 11:00 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to willrich45
Bud Hunt
Bud Hunt

budtheteacher @willrich45: IS: More emphasis on data. (Not all bad.) SHOULD: Everyone's a learner. The teacher's one with more experience. 10:58 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to willrich45

Mark Wagner
Mark Wagner

markwagner @willrich45 Today I'm excited about the title of @djakes blog. Weak ties are changing teaching - enabling change: http://tinyurl.com/2fl3wx 09:49 AM November 02, 2007 from twitterrific in reply to willrich45
Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @willrich45 IS
teach to test, cover material; SHOULD =
teacher as learner, exploring content together with students, stu.s create knowledg 11:44 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to willrich45
Stephanie Sandifer
Stephanie Sandifer

ssandifer @willrich45 How IS it changing, or how SHOULD it be changing? Very distinct difference IMHO... 11:42 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to willrich45
Dean Shareski
Dean Shareski

shareski @willrich45...the minute you connect online, you are no longer the smartest person in the room 11:39 AM November 02, 2007 from Snitter in reply to willrich45
Clarence Fisher
Clarence Fisher

glassbeed @willrich45 that's a big group! Shifts = possible relationships to each other, to information (the pipe!) and our access to them. 11:39 AM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to willrich45
Claudia Ceraso
Claudia Ceraso

fceblog @willrich45 The biggest shift happens when we quit the illusion of control and centralisation. Otherwise, it's just making *as if* we were. 01:38 PM November 02, 2007 from web in reply to willrich45
Will Richardson
Will Richardson

willrich45 Speaking to about 1,000 preservice and new teachers at 3:30 EST. Let me ask you: how is teaching changing? What are the biggest shifts? 06:35 AM November 02, 2007 from web