Assessing

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Designing effective assessments of student learning is a continuous process taking place before, during, and after your course’s term. The process begins with creating learning outcomes that are assessable: as a result of taking your course, what should students take away? How will students meet these outcomes, and in what ways will you scaffold learning in your curriculum?

Improve Student Writing with Peer Review

Improve Student Writing with Peer Review

Peer review assessments encourage students to be accountable and engaged with colleagues in community-oriented learning. Learn More »

Rubrics: The Rhyme and Reason

Rubrics: The Rhyme and Reason

Rubric are a public assessment tool that used to evaluate the quality of students' work. Learn More »

Student Conferences: Individualized Feedback

Student Conferencing: Individualized Feedback

Use individual conferences as a means of providing targeted feedback to and building deeper rapport with students. Learn More »