Month: April 2015

Implementing Formative Assessment Without Being Technology Focused

Introduction In this post I reflect on the second ISTE Standards for Teachers. I use a four-step process. First, I pose a triggering question; second, I explore various resources and research the topic in an effort to answer my triggering question; third, I integrate suggestions from my DEL cohort; finally, I seek a resolution–at least an attempt. Feel free to… Read more →

Light a Candle: Implementing Campfires, Watering Holes, and Caves into Online Learning

Introduction For this quarter I share reflections on ISTE Standards for Teachers. The process remains the same, but instead of unpacking the standards for students I explore the teacher context. As with my previous reflections, I use a four-step process to reflect broadly at first and then when the focus is narrowed I go deeper. First, I pose a triggering… Read more →