I also wonder how this fits with the idea of student voice? Is it a case of who controls the data controls the learning?and
As promised, here is my second post about Making Learning Visible and Digital Portfolios . . . Forgive me for any technical problems, or the lack of digital craftsmanship; I am still learning.
- Two of the Same
- Showing the Knowing
- Celebrating the Learning
- Communicating the How and Whys
Although Vogstad focuses on Freshgrade, I think that much of this could be completed using a range of. It is also a great example of .
Continuous Reporting has the following five goals: 1. Increase formative assessment (Black et al., 2014; Black & Wiliam, 2005; Wiliam, 2011…
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Moving beyond code and intensive degrees to these constant, lightweight and ubiquitous forms of education will take resources and experimentation. But that effort should help close today’s skills gaps, while making sure future skills gaps don’t open. That’s part of the reason Google has invested $1 billion over five years to help find new approaches to connect people to opportunities at work and help small and medium businesses everywhere grow in the digital economy. We should make sure that the next generation of jobs are good jobs, in every sense. Rather than thinking of education as the opening act, we need to make sure it’s a constant, natural and simple act across life—with lightweight, flexible courses, skills and programs available to everyone.
We should make sure that the next generation of jobs are good jobs, in every sense.
I am not sure what good jobs exactly refers to or are. Good for whom and for what?