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Dan Meyer writes the edublog dy/dan, and he has a nifty approach to assessement using concept checklists.
If you have concept maps for your courses, you can generate concept checklists.
This would be most useful in math and science courses, but with care could be adapted to humanities as well.
Student guide to concept mappingWikipedia: concept mappingTypology of concept mapConcept Map in Calculus 1Article by Joseph D. Novak and Alberto J. Cañas on Concept Mapping
Saturday, January 20, 2007 at 01:47 PM in Education: Public Schools | Permalink
concept map, graphic organizer, learning guides
If you ever figure out how to work this into the humanities, I hope you'll drop a line my way.
Dan Meyer |
Wednesday, January 24, 2007 at 07:23 AM
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