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  1. Oct 2020
    1. Tips from the Pros: Using Technology to Scaffold Conceptual Development

      Technology can be used in adult learning environments to support concrete representation abstract (CRA) progression. This site gives an example of what that might look like. In the concrete stage students have to learn by doing and virtual environments can give them the experience of doing. Online simulations can also provide that experience. Tools for creating concept maps or infographics help students in the representational stage. When students need to apply knowledge in the abstract stage they can use technology to create videos, conduct interviews, or record podcasts. This was a different view of technology integration than I had read about from other sources and it is something I found helpful when thinking about integrating technology. The author researches online pedagogy and technology and teaches future teachers. 10/10

  2. Dec 2019
    1. criterion-referenced assessment

      Criterion referenced assessment (CRA) is the process of evaluating (and grading) the learning of students against a set of pre-specified qualities or criteria, without reference to the achievement of others (Brown, 1998; Harvey, 2004). ... Thus, CRA is assessment that has standards which are 'referenced' to criteria.

      https://www.teaching-learning.utas.edu.au/assessment/criterion-referenced-assessment

  3. Oct 2018