Judy Whitehill

About me

I am a retired insturctor still teaching online classes for two institutions. 


Value Added Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

I learned about Value Added Assessment and the difference between Alternative and Authentic Assessment.  

Objective and Subjective Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

What I learned most from this section was the difference between norm and criterion referrenced assessments.     

Diagnostic, Formative and Summative Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

 I have learned the different types of formative and summative assessments. I have also learned the difference between assessing and evaluating. 

Technology Tools for Assessing Student Learning | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

I have learned how to use technology for evaluation and how to assess the effectivness of technolgy tools.   

Building and Testing the Rubric | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

The tips provided on how to build a rubric will be very helpful. 

Issues When Using Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

I have learned how important 'Learner Centered' assessment is. 

Purposes and Roles of Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

I have been using rubrics for quite some time; however, this class is going to help me make even better rubrics. So far we have learned about the different types of rubrics and thier advantages and...

FERPA Challenges to Consider | Origin: CM141 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

Thankfully, our online students cannot remain anonymous in our threaded discussions.  It makes sense that it would be like a discussion in a traditional classroom.  

FERPA in Action | Origin: CM141 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

Reply to Joyce Hladky's post:Joyce, I taught at a college for 30 years and have not had such an extensive training as this. The extensive informatoin that we are learning should be required for a new...

FERPA in Action | Origin: CM141 | New comment by Judy Whitehill

I  learned that records obtained after a person is no longer a student, as long as they are not related to that student's attendance of the instutution, are not protected under FERPA.