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Sep 04, 14

Potentially interesting tool that integrates with Google Apps for interactive lessons.

Aug 01, 14

"New York's School of the Future shares their assessment plans and rubrics, classroom projects, schedules, web links, and other resources to help you implement "authentic" assessment today."

Apr 30, 12

Flubaroo is designed as a simple grading solution for teachers using existing tools they're already comfortable with. It allows automated grading of quizzes and assignments administered via Google Forms. Beyond just grading, Flubaroo also provides analytics such as a histogram of grade distribution and identification of questions that many students missed. Flubaroo’s most popular feature is its ability to email each student their grade, along with the answer key if desired.

Apr 25, 12

New blog: 5 Ways to Personalize Feedback for Students @TeachingChannel

Apr 10, 12

Just when you thought ePortfolios were the way to go, along come bPortfolios. #badges #digitalstudies #edtech

Apr 03, 12

"Quickly and easily digitize student work and build the resource for authentic assessment in your classroom.

Unleash the power and the flexibility of digital tools, without sacrificing the important work your students do in non-digital formats.

Rescue student work from the bottom of backpacks, trashcans, and filing cabinets and have it at your fingertips. Easy, flexible, authentic--a simply wonderful tool for teaching and learning.

And best of all? It's free for teachers "

Jul 26, 10

AnswerGarden is a new minimalistic feedback tool. Use it as a tool for online brainstorming or embed it on your website or blog as a poll or guestbook.

Apr 14, 09

I agree with Dean Shareski about grades. The last line sums up my feelings exactly. Is there a utopian school where I can teach without grades and still have motivated and interested students?

Apr 10, 09

Good project maker, especially for elementary and middle school students.

Mar 26, 09

What would school be like without grades? Would you prefer grades or standards-based assessments?

  • A professor who tells his students that “grades are the death of composition.” Another said: “Grades create a facade of coherence.”
  • politically impossible
  • grades were squelching intellectual curiosity.

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