Delivering instructional content that is understandable by students and increases their knowledge is the goal of educators.  Knowing what are the best ways to assess the learning of students should be a high priority of educators as well. This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 


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Evaluating the Assessment | Origin: ED136 | New comment by Leny Ramos

I believed that Reflective technique of assessment is more useful for me because it involves reflecting back to the speaker what it is you believe they mean. It also increases our own undrstanding,...

What Is Assessment | Origin: ED136 | New comment by Sharon Sims-Drew

Authenic assessment is good providing the feedback.  

Using Alternative Assessments | Origin: ED136 | New comment by Leny Ramos

What I like most with the Anlalytic Rubric or scoring since it provides students with at least a rating score for each criterion, and also offers teachers enough room to provide some feddback on each...

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Toure Thompson

   Though I have been a teaching professor for over twenty years, my lesson is that one is never too experienced to not be able to learn more and increase one's skill sets.  I am...

What Is Assessment | Origin: ED136 | New comment by Leny Ramos

Assessment is helpful to tract the student's progress

Meeting the Class for the First Time | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Joel Guevara

To learn every students names and show them that you do care. Also, to introduce yourself and attempt to alliviate any student anxiety's so they can focus on the material. 

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Joel Guevara

Plan and prepare and tell the students what they need to expect so they get an idea the first day of the course. It sets the tone.   

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Joel Guevara

I leanred a lot in this course. The one thing that I learned is that it is easy to fall into certain traps in relationship roles with students, such as being a pal or babysitter. So that is one thing...

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Justin Holden

motivate with positive reinforce, while keeping open communication. continue learning about model teaching methods in the class/shop.  

Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Gene Bartholomew

It just cemented what I already know