In this edition of the Roundtable, I joined Darren Spyskma, Brenda Ball, and Tom Williams to discuss changing assessment practices, the power of professional learning networks, recent wins for our learning communities, and self-care strategies. This is our conversation.
Questions That Guided Our Discussion
- 1:30 – Who are you, and what is your current context in education?
- 3:30 – What are your thoughts on assessment practices in K-12 education today? What, in your view, needs to change?
- 13:06 – Despite the challenges of education in a pandemic, what is one win for learning that you are seeing right now?
- 21:13 – Why is it more important than ever to be a connected educator?
- 32:08 – How are you finding self-care during times of stress and uncertainty?
Thanks to the Guests Featured in This Roundtable
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