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If you have not already heard about or reviewed the new ISTE Standards for Education Leaders you are in for a treat. These standards were designed as the framework to support all types of leadership roles in educational environments.
Education faculty at MonashUniversity in Australia have been experimenting with technology-assisted feedback for years, and they have created a website with recommendations for teachers who want to try this approach to assessment themselves.