Hoops or Authenticity?

Stating that an educator’s goal should centre on authentic student learning is nothing new and is referenced time and time again in the tomes of educational research literature written during the past 150 years. Despite this acknowledged goal, the common narrative of school presenting a series of hoops students must jump through persists. So how might we, now, do better in aligning our goal for authentic learning with classroom practice?

Read the full article in The Link Online, SCSBC’s quarterly newsletter:

Learning and Self-Assessment: Hoops or Authenticity?