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View Resource Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs)

This site provides information on various classroom assessment techniques (CATs) such as primary trait analysis, using anonymous assessments, goal ranking and matching, self assessment, active learning, transfer and applied learning, and group work assessment.

View Resource Student Assesment of Learning Gains

This free site is designed for instructors of all disciplines who would like feedback from their students about how the course elements are helping their students to learn. It is offered as a service to the college-level teaching community. Once you've registered, you can do the following both quickly and easily: Modify the SALG instrument so that it fits your own course design Enable your...

View Resource Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Handbook: Standards, Learning Goals, and Assessment

This chapter from the Materials Science and Technology Teacher's Handbook provides information on the development of national education standards for mathematics and science as well as materials science and technology specifically. Topics include the School to Work Opportunities Act, an MST course content outline, integrating MST into existing classes, and assessment techniques. Drawings and...

View Resource Assessing Teaching and Learning

In this professional development video from Getting Results, Dr. John Bransford, professor of education at the University of Washington School of Education, as well as a community college statistics instructor and a course designer discuss assessment. Bransford explains that learning goals should include not only what is to be learned, but also how students will demonstrate knowledge and how they...

View Resource The Computer Assisted Performance Assessment (CAPA) Project

Performance assessments, which go beyond the memorization and snap responses required by multiple-choice questions, and closely resemble the challenges offered by the workplace, are widely recognized as the preferred way to assess students? understanding and skills, particularly in technical areas. They offer students problems with open-ended questions, multiple steps to a solution, and often m...

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