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Assessment Strategies for Online Learning by
Publication Date: 2018-07-15
"For many learners, assessment conjures up visions of red pens scrawling percentages in the top right-hand corner of exams and feelings of stress, inadequacy, and failure. Although learners sometimes respond negatively to evaluation, assessments have provided educational institutions with important information about learning outcomes and the quality of education for many decades. But how accurate are these data and have they informed practice or been fully incorporated into the learning cycle? Conrad and Openo argue that the potential inherent in online learning environments to alter and improve assessment and evaluation has yet to be explored by educators and learners.
Podcast on Formative Assessment
Episode 04: Formative Assessment & Differentiation
Welcome to Another Edu Podcast. Where we talk about anything and everything education and technology related, nothing is too taboo. We as educators feel that this should be a place to discuss education, the good, the bad and the ugly.
Testing English by
Publication Date: 2011-01-13
This book considers why summative assessment in English is difficult and explores viewing it as an arts subject rather than one which is quantifiable and assessable objectively.
Assessment for Learning in Higher Education by
Publication Date: 2012-08-21
""An invaluable guide for practitioners, quality assurors, university managers and students themselves who wish to better understand the importance of assessment for learning, and it will further scholarship in the field significantly."-
How to Teach So Students Remember by
Publication Date: 2018-02-20
This book has been updated to include recent research and developments in the fields of memory and teaching, and offers seven concrete, actionable steps to help students use what they've learned when they need it. These include training students to recode new concepts in their own words to clarify understanding, and how to use feedback to ensure that relevant information is binding to necessary neural pathways.
Podcast on Feedback
Moving from Feedback to Feedforward
Welcome to Episode 87 of the Cult of Pedagogy Podcast. In this episode, we’re going to talk about how shifting from feedback to “feedforward” can make a huge difference in helping the students and other people in our lives grow.