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Wednesday, July 17 • 11:10am - 12:00pm
How to Assess Those Really Cool Digital Projects Your Kids Create

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Let’s say your students created a digital board complete with videos, images, links, pretty backgrounds, nifty designs and more.  How do you assess their work?  More importantly, what exactly are you trying to assess?  In this session we’ll share a variety of ideas, resources and instruments to help you assess the seemingly inassessible.  As we share and chat, we’ll model development of a rubric for assessing a digital project created with the Discovery Education Board Builder.  You’ll leave with practical, useful tools that you can start using this school year.


Speakers
avatar for Andrew Poggio

Andrew Poggio

Director of Assessment, Discovery Education
My passion is asking questions, to continually ask 'why?', 'how?', and 'what if?'. To me, the goal of learning isn't as much about getting students to answer challenging questions as it is enabling them to ask them. Igniting a student's passion and curiosity enables them not only to learn, but to re-learn for a lifetime. As Sir Ken Robinson has said, passion is "whatever fires your imagination and stokes your energy". While I embrace the charge... Read More →
avatar for Lance Rougeux

Lance Rougeux

Vice President, Learning Communities, Discovery Education
Vice President of Learning Communities & Instructional Implementation


Wednesday July 17, 2013 11:10am - 12:00pm
Jost Foundation Room

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