A Reflection Based on “Leading a Competency-based Secondary School”
Two students and a teacher talking in the hallway.
Market Research as Context and Evidence to Support Innovation
Items along a test scale should show as red, green, and blue to denote a learning progression but in the graphic readers see the messy green and blue intermixing with no clear differentiation between the middle and advanced stage.
K-12 Accommodation Policies in a Digital Age: Is it Time for A Change?
In the space of two years, historical educational accommodation policies for K-12 students set at the state and federal level have become increasingly difficult to implement in practice. Why in many states might guidance that accommodations used when taking a statewide assessment be the same ones the student uses during typical classroom instruction and assessment…
From Multiple Choice to the Beyond!
Case Studies in English Language Arts: Part 2 In the first blog of this series, I argued that when teachers use multiple-choice items as the predominate way of measuring student learning, it is difficult (to near impossible) to uncover what students are thinking. Many students enter and exit their grade in roughly the same relative…
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