#212 Moodle Rubric [4/6]: Adding scales to your rubric

In this previous post, we showed how to create a rubric and add dimensions to it. In this post, we add further detail to the rubric […]

#208 Moodle Rubric [3/6]: Creating a rubric and adding dimensions

Rubrics can be a great time saver and a fantastic way to enhance peer and formative assessment. The HEA have published several big posts championing […]

#204 Moodle Rubric [2/5]: Editing a rubric from an existing template

In our previous post we showed you how to create a rubric in Moodle from a template. In this short video we show you how to […]

Student Learning as Viewed by TNTP

Interesting 8 minutes. It is designed by the Organization TNTP The New Teacher Project...

Quality Matters for Online Instruction

What is it? Quality Matters™ (QM) is a peer-review process for providing feedback and guidance for online course design.  According to the QM website, it […]

#75 How to create a marking rubric in Turnitin

I think most academics are familiar with a marking rubric and I have seen lots of marking rubrics in a Word document floating around offices […]

Scaffolding Curriculum Assessment: An Introduction to Learning Outcomes Manager [VIDEO]

Curriculum assessment aligns across many platforms.  It begins with course learning outcomes, integrates with program learning outcomes, and ultimately falls under institutional learning outcomes.  Understanding […]

Join me at SITE 2016 in Savannah, GA!

Two of my proposals were accepted for presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference in Savannah, GA.  I’d love to […]

Using the Generic Assessment Descriptors with Turnitin and Moodle Assignments

With every level 1 module now expected to use the Undergraduate Generic Assessment Descriptors grid when providing feedback, the obvious question is how can Turnitin […]

Research Study: Plans for an Online Community of Inquiry

Filed under: e-learning, ePortfolio, Research, Teaching Tips, Uncategorized Tagged: assessment, community of inquiry, online teaching, rubric, social media, teacher training, technology

An Ontology for Open Rubric on the Web

An Ontology for Open Rubric Exchange on the Web, by Panulla, Brian; Kohler, Megan (2010) While the Internet has given educators access to a steady supply […]

Online Cognitive Activities that Engender a Community of Inquiry

What does your syllabus say about your online course?  I just completed a research project developing a rubric  to identify the potential for a community of […]

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