The 50th Techlandia podcast was spent with Karl Lindgren-Streicher, Sconnie turned Cali.
Scott and Tim Bedley are both teachers in California. In this episode they share some great resources and people that will be a benefit to your students.
The better part of "good design" is just being a good & decent human being: respectful, thoughtful, considerate, understanding & kind.
— Stewart Butterfield (@stewart) January 23, 2014
This is a great post — best thing I’ve read in a few weeks.
“…my view on the subject was coming from a lens of privilege – the lens of a middle class, white, heterosexual male. Where I fell short… was that I failed to empathize with those whose lives are considered less acceptable to some.”
Google now has a feature to help you sort your search according to Creative Commons categories. Check out Dr. Bathon’s post below for the details.
This article from Katrina Schwartz at Mindshift is a good one. I especially like this paragraph about formative assessments:
I also like this line: This type of low-stakes assessment also makes it easier for teachers and students to become partners in learning, giving students ownership over their success and asking them to show responsibility for improvement.
Let’s keep working toward establishing a culture of learning meaningful skills, rather than earning meaningless grades.