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Amplify Learning through Blogging- #amplifiEDU Twitter Chat

Amplify Learning through Blogging- #amplifiEDU Twitter Chat

By on Aug 27, 2016 in Twitter Chats | 0 comments

We are pleased to announce our first #amplifiEDU Twitter Chat for the 2016/17 school year. Come join us during an hour of guided conversation with your moderators Katrin Barlsen from Argentina, Silvana Scarso from Brazil, Andrea Hernandez and Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano from the US. Our topic will be “Amplify Learning Through Blogging“ September 7th, 2016...

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Archive: Amplify Assessement- #amplifiEDU Chat from November 18, 2015

Archive: Amplify Assessement- #amplifiEDU Chat from November 18, 2015

By on Nov 20, 2015 in Twitter Chats | 0 comments

A group of educators congregated on November 18th to discuss how do we amplify assessment. Our conversation centered around the following questions:   Q1: What IS amplified assessment? Q2: What do you consider quality assessment that elicits effective evidence of learning? Q3: What is Assessment FOR Learning vs. Assessment AS Learning? Q4:How do you amplify the...

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Twitter Newbie

Twitter Newbie

By on Nov 18, 2015 in Twitter Chats | 0 comments

This is a cross post by Melina Seifert from her blog Melina’s Mathblog. Tonight I took part in my first twitter and it was amazing to feel that I was part of this. Attracted by the theme, which is the driver of my personal growth axis during this year, I could not refuse to access to this new concept of documentation focused on the professional exchange of...

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#amplifiEDU Twitter Chat: Amplify Assessment- November 18, 2015

#amplifiEDU Twitter Chat: Amplify Assessment- November 18, 2015

By on Nov 16, 2015 in Twitter Chats | 0 comments

The next #amplifiEDU Twitter chat has been scheduled for Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 at 8 pm EST Topic: Amplify Assessment We are looking forward to having you participate in the conversation about amplifying assessment. Q1: What IS amplified assessment? Q2: What do you consider quality assessment that elicits effective evidence of learning? Q3: What is...

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