MORE ASSESSMENT FUN and GAMES

ASSESSMENT FUN and GAMES: Part 2: The first edition of this blog was popular at the start of the school year: Spot the Fake, Cross the Line, and Recipes. As the school year progresses here are three more assessments to engage students. FUN* = Focused, Useful, eNgaging WANTED POSTERS Student-Designed Wanted Posters: Hunt for the […]

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Fundamentals of RESTORATIVE ASSESSMENT

Restorative justice dates back to the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi (@1700 B.C.) where it was believed that any crime harmed the whole community. In nursing, it refers to a healing process where the treatment is responsive to an identified need. Restorative assessment holds promise in education, especially for learners who may stumble through conventional measures. […]

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