There is some great work happening in the world of assessment based on e-portfolios. I encourage anyone interested in moving away from testing to more authentic assessment using e-portfolios come learn more from AAEEBL. The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL, pronounced “able”) is a non-profit, professional organization for the world eportfolio community. Below is a link to their website and a place to register for what’s sounds like a very informative free webinar on assessing student evidence.
The Power of E-Portfolios: Document, Reflect & Share Learning with Evernote
- RT @asb_research: “It’s not a lesson plan; it’s not a curriculum; it’s a way to look at the world.” studying minds & making http://t.co/cdT… 13 hours ago
- @sdavee @MakerEdOrg sounds good. What kind of length do you want? Should it focus on the work of tinker camp? 1 day ago
- RT @shluthra: My Own Genius Hour: Genius Hour? How about Genius Curriculum? geniushour.blogspot.com/2014/07/genius… 2 days ago
- RT @shluthra: A Classroom Leaves the Syllabus to the Students nyti.ms/1roaPeP 2 days ago
- @sdavee let me know if you want me to write something up. We made some new discoveries around balancing narratives and building skills. 4 days ago
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