The 104th Carnival of Education
Ah yes, even though this is already 2 (almost 3 days late) , I would like to thank Carol at The Median Sib for hosting the 104th Carnival of Education. And of course I would like to thank her for linking to The Gravy Way.
But to anyone from the carnival reading this: The title was taken from Dr. Brad Hoge's post at the HUNBlog, as my post was a follow up to his comments regarding constructivism/constructionism and the problems surrounding test-making.
If you don't know what a carnival is - in terms of the internet - it is basically an assortment of submitted links regarding a single topic: in this case, it is a Carnival of Education. Most of the links are submissions from other teachers; as a student (and sort of a teacher), I find it interesting to read things from this perspective. The learner seeing from the teachers point of view.
So go and check it out. It's awesome.
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