Data as Actionable Information

Continuing on my data-trends this week, I've realized (consciously, at least) that when quantitative data is shown to students, it's a report of some kind: a report card, a progress report, test scores, etc. It's all final information - it isn't actionable. Yesterday, we played a review game where students submitted answers to a GoogleRead More

Flipped Learning and Control

I was able to join some fantastic educators today last Friday for a Flipped Learning workshop hosted by the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals. I was part of a group from TechSmith, while Dan Spencer, Laura Bell, Jonathan Palmer, Missy McCarthy, Delia Bush, David Fouch, and Greg Green were panelists for the workshop. I'veRead More