All I have done is copy the link of this tweet and pasted into the body of the post. Voila! — .@AudraKaplan working on binary codes & data in the new DLCS Standards around Computational Thinking #gdrsdchat #innovationlab pic.twitter.com/ngbplvudNq — Luke Callahan (@CallahanLuke) September 12, 2018
In January, I wrote that a traditional assignment, submitted to the teacher, graded behind the scene and sent home to be recycled, is no longer an effective method for monitoring student achievement. In addition to lacking an authentic audience and not reaching students where they are, they also fall short of any real meaning or in preparing students for their future.
At MassCUE 2016, we worked on creating a portfolio post using SeeSaw Plus version. I wanted to see what the difference is between Seesaw and our own, WordPress infused digital portfolio system, Seesaw is $5/per student or $10,000 a year for our third through twelth grade students. Below is a link to the picture I … Continue reading Seesaw