Tag : agile educational planning

#CMEpalooza ARCHIVE: “Data-Driven and Agile Educational Design: Ensuring Your Courses Intelligently Evolve”

This presentation was conducted on April 8th 2015 as part of the Spring 2015 CMEPalooza. To access the other 8th session that took place that day, please visit the CMEpalooza spring webpage. Our Abstract: In the formative days of continuing education (CE), when “producing” content was a specialized competency, educational planners had

#CMEpalooza: “Data-Driven and Agile Educational Design: Ensuring Your Courses Intelligently Evolve”

Introduction: In the formative days of continuing education (CE), when “producing” content was a specialized competency, educational planners had little choice but to develop content, package it into slides or a monograph or a video, and then sit back and hope it had the impact that was intended. But times have

RESOURCE: 13 Tools Teachers Would Love For Formative Assessments

Educators do assessment to check student’s knowledge in a subject or topic. Teachers need to check in different ways if their students are meeting the standards set by them.Practices like formative assessment refer to a number of methods that educator can use to gather comprehensive information on student learning in real

All good educational planning is agile educational planning

Having returned from the CBI Grants Forum in Philadelphia last week, I have had some time to reflect on one of the primary issues raised over the course of the two day meeting. In several sessions speakers referenced best practices in educational design - while the presentations themselves covered a myriad of case