7 Advantages Digital Assessments Have over Paper Tests and Exams

There is no question that technology is changing education. Teaching and evaluating students is no longer restricted to the four corners of the classroom. It […]

An Introduction to Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Evaluation

Measuring and evaluating training makes up a critical piece of the learning implementation process. Without it, we have no idea if our designs have the […]

Prove the Value of Training to the Business Through Evaluation

Evaluating a learning program is by far the best way to highlight its value to all business stakeholders. It also bolsters a culture of continuous […]

Law schools escalate their focus on digital skills [Zimmerman]

Law schools escalate their focus on digital skills — from edtechmagazine.com by Eli Zimmerman Coding, data analytics and device integration give students the tools to […]

MAP Reading Fluency – Next Generation Reading Fluency Assessment for K-3

The Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) has added a new tool to their powerful MAP® Fluency Suite of assessment tools (“MAP” = Measures of Academic Progress). The MAP […]

The L&D maturity curve

Over the course of my career, I’ve witnessed a slow but steady shift away from formal learning to informal learning. Of course, remnants of the […]

Instructional Design for Fort Worth MD

The Center for Innovative Learning (CIL) employs instructional designers with expertise in a wide range of instructional solutions, from the traditional to the cutting edge. […]

Barriers to Change: Chef Gordon Ramsey’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back Analysis

Ramsay driving to struggling restaurants across the country in his state-of-the-art mobile kitchen and command center, Hell On Wheels.  FOX on Wednesdays As an instructional […]

TCEA Saves You Time and Money

Every time I speak with TCEA members throughout the state, I ask “What are the biggest challenges you face in your professional life?” Every time, […]

SHIFT HAPPENS 2, 2019: Finding Strong Footing: The Future of Assessment in the Learning-to-Employment Landscape

Excerpt: CONCLUSION This paper has outlined the plethora of new credential types, uses, and modes of delivery. It also has highlighted advancements in assessment. In […]

Worth Sharing: Making Sure Yours is not a ‘Pointless Exercise’

Approximate Reading Time: 3 minutes Not a ‘Pointless Exercise’ Briefly, Martini noticed that her students didn’t seem to get the connections she had hoped they […]

Going digital

Geraldine Foley, Assistant Learning Technologist and Athina Chatzigavriil, Senior Learning Technologist share their thoughts on Learning from Digital Examinations – 26th April 2018 conference. Learning […]

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