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MC Assessment = Meta Cognitive Assessment

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

Despite criticism, a traditional well-written multiple choice assessment can be a valid assessment tool ( I''m bracing for rebuttals ). The techniques outlined below can be used for formative and summative assessments. Teacher Generated Multiple Choice Assessments Some givens for my MC assessments in 9th grade English: All test/quizzes are open resources (notebook & text). What is that type of question really assessing? What is being assessed?

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Here are twelve ideas: Teach programming with Scratch, Alice, robotics, and Minecraft. These are like the games students love and teach important to Common Core standards as well as the demands of life. Consider a BYOD approach in your classes so students can use the devices they have easy access to and are comfortable with (if your school IT folks and infrastructure support this approach).

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From homeschooling to unschooling, from Buenos Aires the Himalayas, and from America''s common core to the self-directed ''curricula'' of many home learners, we hope these films stimulate and inspire you to think about education''s role in creating your life and the world. Haydon writes a letter from the perspective of a young creative learner to his teachers, responding to common criticisms of student behaviors.

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