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Teaching Tips: Assessing students

The term universal design (UD) originated in the mid-1980s...
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As instructors and teaching assistants you often have...
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Good teaching involves considering the strengths and needs...
Good course design involves considering the strengths and...
For more information related to Bloom's Taxonomy, refer...
Prior to the assessment


Communicate expectations,...
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An important consideration when designing a learning...
The Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, known as Bloom...
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Independent study experiences can be extremely rewarding...
One approach to grading concept maps is to use (and...
Assessment is an integral part of your course design, but...
Rubrics can be excellent tools to use when assessing...
We are continually receiving and giving feedback. Whether...
Examinations are a very common assessment and evaluation...
Introduction

Students should be made aware of assessment...
A multiple-choice question (MCQ) is composed of two parts:...
Turnitin is a text-matching tool for encouraging...
Writing can be a powerful learning tool. But as class sizes...
Whether you’re grading assignments, essays, lab...
This game can be played in tutorials, lectures, or study...
Active learning is based on constructivism, a learning...
While we often think of exams as a way to test...
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