Testing

Reflecting on new ways of testing. Tests 2.0.

Konrad Glogowski
Konrad Glogowski

teachandlearn Commenting in the grade eight blogosphere

Konrad Glogowski
Konrad Glogowski

teachandlearn Marking/commenting on student work. It's incredible how much some have improved as writers/storytellers ... some not as much (my fault?)

Konrad Glogowski
Konrad Glogowski

teachandlearn @fceblog Thanks for your support ... I do wonder though ... am I reaching them all? Should I be doing more/something different?

Konrad Glogowski
Konrad Glogowski

teachandlearn teachandlearn: How do you compose Test 2.0? Is this an oxymoron?...: How do you compose Test 2.0? I.. http://tinyurl.com/2vtfwu

Konrad Glogowski
Konrad Glogowski

teachandlearn @nnoakes my epxerience tells me that the way it is built/captured does not led itself to testing ... that the crux of the matter for me.

Konrad Glogowski
Konrad Glogowski

teachandlearn 21st century classroom and tests: would anyone here like to contribute to this conversation? http://tinyurl.com/2vtfwu

Konrad Glogowski
Konrad Glogowski

teachandlearn @nnoakes I've been moving away from trad. testing, but some students WANT it. I'm interested why. Playing school is easier than learning.

Nick Noakes
Nick Noakes

nnoakes @teachandlearn I think maybe the question is how does learning 2.0 get captured

Nick Noakes
Nick Noakes

nnoakes @teachandlearn 'testing' can capture some learning but *in practice* typically has a pretty narrow learning bandwidth