6 Digital tools that help teachers create effective rubrics

The grading process is time-consuming. It can be overwhelming and frustrating. Grading can even influence what assignments they choose to give to students, anticipating the […]

RPP #194: Britt Nichols of ExamSoft

Click the Title to Play or Download. Interview with Britt Nichols, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer of ExamSoft. ExamSoft is a leading provider […]

Building Effective Analytic Rubrics

Do you feel frustrated when assignments are submitted that are lacking important criteria? Do you have several people grading and want to maintain consistency and […]

Frameworks for Evaluating Inclusive Teaching

Inclusive Teaching. The literature is clear: creating classroom spaces, virtual or in-person, where students feel like they belong is an important step to ensuring students […]

Wrapping Up 2020 with Three New GoReact Features

To say that 2020 has been rough—well, it’s a bit of an understatement.   GoReact is releasing three new features and improvements to end 2020 on […]

3 Tips for Using Visual Aids in Presentations

According to research, ideas presented graphically are easier to comprehend and remember than those presented as words. But using visual aids in presentations can be […]

Rubrics assessment brings academic success in students!

Rubrics are innovative ways and means of assessment; it is the scoring card which clearly brings out the expectation of the evaluator along with the […]

3 Brilliant Formative Assessment Strategies for Higher Ed

How do you discover what your college students really know?  It isn’t a piece of cake, but formative assessment strategies can help. 3 Formative Assessment […]

Rubrics, Assessment, Evaluation - A Re-Visit

Photo by Bich Tran from Pexels I never liked exams much. Yet, as an educator, yes, I have administered and written many tests, quizzes and exams. Just something […]

3 Reasons Why Teachers Love PechaKucha

PechaKucha. Pecha . . . what? The word comes from a Japanese onomatopoeia, meaning “chitchat.” It’s a presentation style devised by two architects. And it’s […]

Check Out Sakai LMS Three-Year Roadmap (Infographic)

Flexibility. Rubrics. The cloud. Early this year, the institutions behind Sakai agreed upon a three-year roadmap. It will align the community’s needs with the open […]

6 Benefits of Student Teaching Videos for Observation

Here’s a question: is it possible to conduct all your observations through student teaching videos? We had the chance to interview a teacher educator who’s […]

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