Meyer ends his post with a collection of others useful resources associated with a framework for thinking about technology centered in equity and Robert Talbert’s post re-considering points-based scoring., including
My own rubric for evaluating edtech is very simple. One question tells me most of what I need to know.
What happens to wrong answers?
Dan Meyer discusses his simple rubric for evaluating edtech, “What happens to wrong answers?” He explains that “every wrong answer is a resource and we shouldn’t waste it.” The challenge is to value the student’s answer.