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Education Futures Podcast 26: Dr. Cat Jackson and TEL’s Mastery Standards

"That's where backward design is really valuable because it's not starting with, 'What textbook are we going to read?' or 'What assignments are we going to do?' It really starts with what do we want the students to be able to do." Dr. Cat Jackson is TEL Education's...

3 Reasons to Make Learning Visible with Badges

There should be no mystery in what students are learning. And yet, when students finish most courses, it’s not clear what skills or competencies they developed, much less what those competencies could mean for them down the road. Sure, they researched and wrote a...

Education Futures Podcast 25: Making Learning Visible with Stacy Zemke

"The whole idea of the dashboard is to make all of those invisible things visible. To give them a place where they can see, 'Oh, okay, I took these classes and these classes are tied to these skills. And hey, I'm making progress on learning that skill. That's kind of...

On Pursuing “Demonstrable Equity” in Higher Education

Thanks, in part, to the various forms of consternation caused by COVID-19, the theme of the value of college degrees is back. One particular discussion is around which colleges and universities students should look to for better earnings after graduation. And, while a...

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