Based on Faulty Information

Their opinions are based on faulty information .

I shot this quick clip in one of the classrooms that was doing the performance based assessment. The audio is terrible but what this student says is perfect.

It’s actually kind of scary because there are people who don’t do this out in the public- like they don’t check their sources and stuff, therefore their opinions are based on faulty information.

Now if we can create more assessments that cause students to come to those simple, yet powerful, conclusions I’ll be very pleased.

Comments on this post

  1. Tyson Spraul said on July 22, 2011 at 1:01 am

    Hmmm…the girl is wearing a watch. Isn’t that what cell phones are for? And she seems like she could care less about his insight.

    • Tom said on July 24, 2011 at 9:31 pm

      I’m sure that’s just a wrist mounted cell phone as watches were confiscated from all individuals under 20 years of age in the 2000s.