Do student test scores provide solid basis to evaluate teachers? is an article from Stanford’s Graduate School of Education that reports on new research by Edward Haertel, emeritus professor of education. The professor recently published a report on the use of Value Added Measures.
Here’s an excerpt:
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In addition, I highlighted that excerpt with a new tool called Notegraphy, a web and phone based application that lets you attractively display text. I learned about it from Richard Byrne’s blog. It seems okay, though I couldn’t get it to work with Pinterest and it doesn’t provide an embed code. I downloaded it to my computer and uploaded to this post.
Nevertheless, I’ll still add it to The Best Tools For Creating Visually Attractive Quotations For Online Sharing.