This video from Cafe Creative is circulating around the internet and generating another insta-fix for education and echoes Sir Ken Robinson.
Many people just respond with “great”, “wow”, “of course” and “no kidding” and hte most difficult one for me, …
I like to think in fluid systems and right now the greatest barrier to educational change is our reliance on software that focuses supporting a report card that requires a percent. Whatever deconstructed factor model we develop, the percent report card will keep the systems from innovating. Let’s look at a percent: That is 100 decision making and feedback points. And really, what exactly is the difference between an 85% and an 87%?
Yes, I do use multiple choice because they are means of dealing with the marking load until I can redesign a course.