A collection of resources offering ideas for assessment in both the online and f-t-f classroom.
Lots of challenges have arisen in remote teaching and learning during COVID-19, and cheating on tests has been one of them. Guest blogger Tom Guskey explains how to prevent that from happening.
Collection of research regarding grading, assessment and feedback
Teaching writing can certainly take its toll on a teacher. When you sit down to grade that stack of essays, it can seem like you are torturing yourself! Hopefully buried within that stack are gems of pure joy where you can say, "Yes! This is amazing!"
A great feature built in to Google Docs is the ability to comment directly in the doc itself. Sometimes you may find the words that you are writing down in the comment are not conveying exactly what you would like. This is where the Add-on Kaizena can come into play.
Formative assessment can be drudgery. When students are doing the same quizzes and the same practice questions all day long, it can be less than stimulating. Or formative assessment can be fantastic. Teachers use formative assessments to get the pulse of the class, to see how students are progressing.
Looking for tools and strategies for effective assessment in project-based learning? To support you, we've assembled this guide to helpful resources from Edutopia and beyond.
Flipgrid, a FREE video discussion platform, gives all students a voice. Here are more than 50 Flipgrid ideas and activities for your class.
I saw my brother, Dr. Alec Couros, share this short and powerful video by Liv McNeil. Please take three minutes to watch it: An incredible video by a student to show one person’s experience d…
By putting people first and remaining flexible, administrators may be in a position to handle whatever comes next year.
Teachers can create an environment in which both they and their students feel empowered for remote teaching and learning.
Generation Z, a newer generation of students, have unique characteristics, and as instructors, we need to help guide these students in higher education.