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very detailed and positive review of assessment | New discussion by Patricia Bishop

Great content for all educators

challenges with online quizzes | New blog by Patricia Bishop

An issue that we struggle with is online quizzes having a challenge with cheating/sharing of answers.  Ideas? Pat

assessment | New blog by Michael Morris

The differences in assessment are varied but my overall take away is the importance of testing and evaluating studetnsover time.

Technology Keeping Up | New discussion by Michael Morris

I remember when I was a elementary school teacher and a computer was placed in my room. It was a new toy and I had to learn how to utilize it along with classroom instruciton. Now if you are not able ...

Using Rubrics | New comment by Richard Ullery

If you are teaching the same class on a regular basis. you can use your students as a type of barometer from an input stand point to fine tune your rybric. In general the students can guide you with...

Assessing online learning | New comment by Samantha Eaddy

Which tools in particular do you find most helpful? In particular, what is your take on Screencast-O-Matic? Samantha Eaddy

Can not wait to implement | New blog by Leslie Bazzi

This last set empowered my assessment knowledge

Technology in the Way | New comment by Rachael Twiner

It is always a issue to make sure the technology csan be excessed by all students as i have also had this happen to me as a studnet but also as an Instructor.

Assessments | New blog by Luanne Haggard

Assessments are so intrical to the learning process.  Even though they may take many hours of planning, researching, and constructing, they serve the best method of gauging student learning.

Assessing online learning | New comment by Luanne Haggard

I have used rubrics for over 15 years and have had great success in students meeting outcomes.