A new twist on traditional assessments: Ideas you can use

The metaphors you can use for assessments go on and on. It can be a measuring stick. A magnifying glass. It’s a glimpse into student […]

Feed Forward: 5 steps for students to make the most of feedback

What is feedback and why is it important? Feedback on your performance at university comes in many forms – it could be something as simple […]

How to create multiple choice questions in Moodle easily? #Moodletips

Moodle is often used as an online assessment tool. It is having the world’s most flexible and customizable quiz engine. You can create questions in […]

Assessment and Test Question brown bag lunches

Do you want help writing your quiz or exam questions? Do you have questions about your questions? Come and join your peers and Dr. Kim […]

RPP #161: USciences eLearning 3.0 Conference

Rod discusses the new USciences eLearning 3.0 Conference, including Background and history of this conference in it's 16th year What is eLearning 3.0 Keynote Speaker, […]

Will Letter Grades Survive? [McKenna]

Will Letter Grades Survive? — from edutopia.org by Laura McKenna A century-old pillar of the school system is under fire as schools look to modernize […]

Three areas where edtech can help you and ways to do it

Workload has always been an issue in the teaching profession. Over the years I’ve picked up a few handy hints to help me get through […]

Designing Well-Framed Assessment Questions with Captivate

The ability to ask questions is critical to learning. Well-framed questions elicit answers that further understanding and dialogue; however, learning to ask the right questions […]

DC: Helping our students in K-20 learn how to learn. Post includes several resources re: metacognition.

From DSC: From an early age, we need to help our students learn how to learn. What tips, advice, and/or questions can we help our […]

Learning Central Blackboard assignments upgrade

**Please bear in mind that this does not affect Turnitin assignments or Feedback Studio** As you may have noticed, there’s been an upgrade to Blackboard […]

Microlearning: The Assessment Factor

There are different points of view on how assessment in microlearning actually plays out. There are some variables to consider when sorting out what learners actually […]

How a Flipped Syllabus, Twitter and YouTube Made This Professor Teacher of the Year [Anderson]

How a Flipped Syllabus, Twitter and YouTube Made This Professor Teacher of the Year — from edsurge.com by Bruce Anderson Excerpt: A few years after […]

LOAD MORE