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Author Archives: A. Cohen
In my websurfing through the myriad of tools available out there for savy early adopters, I managed to run across a great post by Steve Anderson over at Blogging About the Web 2.0 Connected Classroom. He writes about a number … Continue reading
Below is a wonderful article about the amazing uses for the video-conferencing feature of the new Network from Google –> Hangouts. These are videochats that sync up with Google Docs and a few other Google apps to allow for some … Continue reading
This is a great post that I found over on The Innovative Educator. I have copied it in it’s entirety below, but if you would prefer to read it on the original site, click here. Friday, August 12, 2011 The … Continue reading
So here is an idea, and I will admit this is a radical and potentially game-changing idea for teachers, but… Why don’t we get rid of grades?!? I know what you are going to say, “We can’t actually get rid … Continue reading
Rebecca Alber wrote an article for Edutopia (here) on this where she made the statement, “Formative assessments are about checking for understanding in an effective way in order to guide our instruction… And if we use them correctly, and often, … Continue reading