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Designing game-based science assessment for elementary classrooms As digital game-based assessments become increasingly popular, balancing the need for educational content, rigorous assessment, and entertainment is critical. Computer games are b (More)
Designing assessments for students with mathematics learning disability Students with mathematics learning disability (MLD) face growing challenges in their learning as they age. Students with MLD, or dyscalculia, often struggle with understandi (More)
Almost 10 per cent of Canadian 15-year-olds do not have the science proficiency level required to participate fully in society Man-Wai Chu, University of Calgary Canada’s recent results in the Programme for International Student Assessment (More)
Providing post-secondary ELLs with high quality feedback Formative assessment provides students with feedback that focuses on growth, rather than a grade. Effective formative feedback can help students demonstrate that learning has taken place, (More)
[gallery size="mh-magazine-content" ids="738,739,740"] By Kiara Mikita, PhD “Let them do anything they want for their final projects.” “I’m sorry? Did you just say anything?” “Yes. Anything.” I met this “anything” sugge (More)