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Developing student assessments and providing feedback on student learning

Assessments and Feedback

An assessment is an activity, exam or assignment designed to measure student learning. Well-designed assessments align with the learning outcomes and activities of the course. In order to perform well, students need to understand how they will be evaluated. By explaining how they will be graded and receive feedback, you can help students understand how they can learn from and build on each assessment.

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1Using Canvas Quizzes to Create an Anonymous Survey1038822023-02-226566
2Aligning assessments with learning outcomes1238712023-02-07424
3Using Rubrics To Communicate With Students1066952023-02-012510
4Engaging and Measuring Student Knowledge With Video Content1042412023-02-011983
5Collecting evidence of course success1211982023-01-25457
6Using Top Hat for Polling Students in Zoom1040772023-01-232432
7Online Peer Editing1079542023-01-182163
8A case study for using electronic self-assessment rubrics in an core curriculum writing course1210852022-10-28393
9Top Hat Question Examples1207712022-10-28597
10Managing Student Questions with Piazza — Example Microbiology1053742022-10-281754
11Managing Student Questions with Piazza — Description1053762022-10-281861
12Developing critical thinking skills for students1198632022-10-28770
13Addressing Disruptive Team Behavior1143522022-10-281021
14Assessing online collaborative learning: process and product1210872022-10-28365
15Peer Review Rubric1141992022-10-286473
16Assessing Group Work1045862022-10-281864
17Gathering peer feedback1211992022-10-28463
18Group Work Rubric1141972022-10-281592
19Group Effort Analysis Rubric1142012022-10-281176
20Nursing students' experiences with the use of authentic rubric and case approach in the clinical laboratories1210712022-10-28389

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