9/27/2013 3:00:00 PM
Because the 21st century world
is a much smaller place, our
students need to be able to “act”
using their digital and media
Don’t leave students out of the
grading process. Involve students;
they can—and should—play key
roles in assessment and grading
that promote achievement.
One of the primary benefits of
today’s technology is how it can
eliminate time as a primary
factor in learning. Yet our schools
and workplaces alike struggle
with removing the constraints of
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