Scaling up

In Roses are red, I proposed definitions for oft-used yet ambiguous terms such as “competency” and “capability”. Not only did I suggest a competency be […]

Motion/Animated Multiple Choice

Click the button below to preview. Please read below for development details. .CPTX Source File: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/81knq0u5983xxw8/AADpJPqZcv7XNpjF6t8px8J5a?dl=0 About Project This multiple project was created using Windows […]

Moving Towards Inclusive Assessment in STEM

How do you know if your assessments are inclusive? How can you reconsider your assessments to make them more inclusive? Last week, we learned from […]

#599 Creating anchor links in Medium

If you use Medium, you might be interested to know that you can create anchor links on your posts, which creates a table of contents. […]

Reflections on “Pushback is growing against automated proctoring services. But so is their use” [Young]

Pushback is growing against automated proctoring services. But so is their use — from edsurge.com by Jeffrey R. Young Excerpt: Many students have pushed back, […]

Evolving Exams: Adapt Your Assessments for the Time of COVID

Given the challenges we are facing this semester in light of the pandemic, rethinking our exams is essential for the success of our students. Stress, […]

Research in brief: Critique of BICS and CALP

BICS and CALP in a nutshell BICS and CALP was an idea first proposed by Prof Jim Cummins in the early 1980s. BICS stands for […]

New benchmarking tool for higher ed seeks to address workplace soft skills gap [Loutfi]

New benchmarking tool for higher ed seeks to address workplace soft skills gap — from chieflearningofficer.com by Elizabeth Loutfi Quality Assurance Commons’ new Employability Self-Assessment […]

Taking stock of grading & reporting

In spring 2020, during statewide “emergency remote learning” due to the pandemic, many districts and schools changed their approach to The post Taking stock of […]

Upcoming Events Focus on Inclusiveness and Rethinking Assessments

As we arrive at the middle of the Fall semester, the Teaching Innovation Center team wants to share the upcoming events that have been planned […]

Research in brief: Alderfer ESL Program Assessment Tool

What might be optimal ESL provision in international schools? Alderfer and Alderfer (2011) state that there is no unifying set of criteria to assess ESL […]

More than just a pretty face

I’ve blogged in favour of digital badges in the past, not because they’re colourful motivators – which arguably they are, at least for some people […]

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