Share Paper: Teaching LMSs to Teacher Education Students: A sandbox approach to engaging future teachers in assessment-driven instruction

  1. Matthew Stuve, Ball State University, United States
Tuesday, March 19 11:45 AM-12:00 PM Sunset 4

Abstract: Learning Management Systems (LMS) not only provide core utility such as grading and content delivery, they are the foundation of a comprehensive view of assessment, standards-based gradebooks, and flipped classrooms. Current teacher education majors are the first generation who have grown up as students with LMSs in K12 and now in college. But few students get to experience full power of LMS from a teacher’s perspective while in college BEFORE they enter the classroom. They also rarely go beyond unit-level assessment loops since they can’t see the full cycle of assessment over time in a class that only and LMS ...