Are we assessing what is easy or what matters the most for students?

Are assessing what really matters for future success of our students? This is my continued reflection on Will Richardson’s 9 Elephants in the Class(Room) That Should “Unsettle” Us. If you have Continue Reading →

The Death of Testing and the Rise of Learning Analytics

I know that it is sad news for some, but more than a few of us have assessed the situation, and the prognosis is not good for our friend (or Continue Reading →

It is Time for some MOOC Assessment Makeovers

I’m convinced that is time for some MOOC assessment makeovers. I’m a fan of Coursera, EdX and many others who are investing in creating open and high-quality online content and Continue Reading →

Quantification is Not the Key to Academic Excellence, but THIS Is

I just finished giving an opening keynote on mission-minded approaches to assessment in schools. This was to an audience of educators and administrators in Christian schools, so my charge was Continue Reading →