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Designing Assessments for Today’s Learners

  One of the biggest questions that came out of the recent design and build of a school makerspace was: How can we meaningfully assess the learning that is happening here? Pellegrino (2014) states: Research on cognition and learning suggests … Continue reading

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Assessment Leads to More Tinkering

I’ve been working at a K-3 school to introduce tinkering as an extension of the learning commons. One of the greatest challenges for teachers of children, even at this age, is meaningful assessment. But how do we assess tinkering? In … Continue reading

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