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Self-assessment

26 October, 2016

Aside from peer- assessment, self-assessment can also be used. Definition The ability to be a realistic judge of one’s own performance. Purpose Gives timely and

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Getting Started with Laboratory Instruction

25 October, 2016

Preparing for a laboratory course Start by articulating the learning outcomes. What skills and knowledge do you want students to gain as a result of

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Checking Students’ Existing Knowledge

24 October, 2016

Purpose: Doing so is grounded in learning theories (Ausubel, 1968; Dewey, 1938) and is supported by research on the learning process (Tobias, 1994; Dochy, Segers

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Setting Learning Outcomes

23 October, 2016

Defining Learning Outcomes Learning outcomes are measurable statements that present what students should know, be able to do, or value as a result of taking

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Writing a Syllabus

22 October, 2016

A comprehensive syllabus: Sets the tone for the course. (Posner & Rudnitsky, 1994) Communicates what, when, and how students will learn. Makes clear to students

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Student Evaluations

21 October, 2016

Aside from end-of-semester course evaluations, you can gather mid-semester evaluations to check how your course is going while it is in progress. You can also

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Cooperative Education

20 October, 2016

Cooperative education is an organized method of blending academic education with practical work experience. Research points out that one of the attributes employers value most

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ePortfolios

19 October, 2016

ePortfolios are the same as regular portfolios. An ePortfolio is a collection of materials that documents student achievement, and may include reflections on the learning

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Lecturing

18 October, 2016

Before you attempt to improve your lecture skills, you first must check if the lecture approach is the best way of teaching to achieve the

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Dynamic Assessment

17 October, 2016

One way to standardized testing methods is dynamic assessment because evaluating children from culturally and linguistically varied backgrounds can be a complex task. Dr. Elizabeth

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