Monthly Archives: September 2013

Assessment Strategies for Discussions

In my last post, I talked about participation, specifically participation as engagement.  And one of the activities that allows you to most easily see and gauge a student’s participation is the discussion.  Now, there are many site you can go … Continue reading

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Participation

In my last post, I talked about giving feedback to students.  But, beyond giving feedback,  how should we assess participation? First of all, I like to ask:  what is participation anyway?  I’ve been thinking a lot about this recently.  I … Continue reading

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Giving Feedback

So in my last post I talked about using rubrics for assessment, but along with providing students with your grading criteria (which will also help guide you as you grade assignments) and providing them with a grade, you also should … Continue reading

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