Think back to when you were a student in school. Like most of us, you regularly received a grade on a test, homework assignment, participation, report card, you name it! Can you recall how it made you feel and if it helped or hindered your learning?
Can you remember back to when you were in middle school? I seemed to have blocked much of it out of my own memory banks!
I was saddened to learn that a great leading light in the world of progressive education had passed away, Grant Wiggins. Although I had the opportunity
As the International School of Prague continues its journey from traditional assessment practices to a more meaningful approach to support learning, famed assessment expert, Ken
A new book in the Effective International Schools Series entitled, Effective Data Management for Schools, has just been published. The book contains a variety of
Educators have known for many years that the traditional assessment model of letter or percentage grades, is imperfect to say the least. This is why