Can “playful assessments” tell us whether maker education works?
The Hechinger Report
MAY 26, 2019
But what else was she learning in this maker space? With scarcely a month left in the school year, why was it worth spending time making videos rather than covering the next academic standard? But assessing these skills has been a weak link in these efforts, according to the education researchers at the MIT Playful Journey Lab , which hopes to remedy that with “playful assessment” tools. Related: Project-based learning and standardized tests don’t mix.