Richard Byrne talks about schools in Denmark allowing students to access the Internet while writing exams. I liked his comment that "the questions Danish students are being asked require them to use knowledge rather than regurgitate knowledge."The hardest exam I ever wrote was an open book exam. It made me use my brain.Are we teaching students how to think? How would this idea work…See More
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