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Kristen Eshleman explores meaningful measures of accountability on episode 151 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
Are there ways we could be accountable for the things we value most?
If we’re going to double down on outcomes-based assessment, are we going to end up designing learning for only the things that can be measured?
Accept the vulnerability that allows for openness in learning.
Teaching has to adjust and adapt.
- TIHE episode with Laura Gogia: Connected Learning for the Curious
- Exploring Meaningful Measures of Accountability
- TIHE 007: Personal knowledge mastery
- TIHE Article: My Updated Personal Knowledge Management System
- W. Brian Arthur
- Keynote Speech: Combining Complexity Theory with Narrative Research with David Snowdon
- Harvard Business Review: A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making
- Santa Fe Institute: Complex Adaptive Systems
- Cynefin Framework
- Davidson Digital Learning R + D
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