humanist. rationalist. generalist. poet.
Throughout the K-12 learning landscape, assessment practices are changing to embrace assessment for learning, not assessment of learning.
Technology reinforces the idea that learning is a marathon, not a series of sprints. More than anything else, technology provides access.
Reflection is a fundamental tenet of learning; it is also, therefore, a fundamental part of teaching.
In outlining this theory, Rifkin provides four fundamental human needs culminating in a ‘first drive’: the drive to belong.
Each colored block has an example of a learning objective corresponding with each combination of the cognitive process and knowledge dimensions.