Hacking the Canvas Learning Mastery Gradebook

Hacking the Canvas Learning Mastery Gradebook

We’ve been moving to a “standards-based mindset” (props to Schimmer for a great book!) in our assessment and grading over the past couple of years and have begun collecting student performance data using a variety of methods. We’ve tried Active Grade (now a part of Haiku) and JumpRope, which are very full featured standards-based gradebooks, but without a full fledged institutional commitment – i.e., everyone […]

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Adventures in Online Teaching Part 1: Outcomes and Rubrics

Adventures in Online Teaching Part 1: Outcomes and Rubrics

This Spring I’ll be teaching Computer Programming 2: Analyzing Data with Python for Global Online Academy (GOA). This will be my first official foray into the world of online teaching, though I spend most of my days entrenched in the world of Instructure Canvas, albeit in a brick and mortar 1:1 environment. I’m excited about the opportunity and hope it will pan out as a […]

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