evaluating students

Tip on developing T & F, MC/Matching, and Essay test items

Developing T & F test items

As instructors, most of us have looked at true/false items we have developed for a test/exam and realized, in hindsight, that they were not very effective.

Using a rubric to evaluate student participation

Many faculty members wish to reward students for class participation; however, devising criteria for evaluation can be difficult. One way to make grading class participation easier is to develop a participation rubric that can be shared with the students in the course outline.   

Using Flexible Assignment Schedules

Students are often required to do assignments that do not fit with their learning styles or their time schedules. One way to provide more options for students is to develop a flexible assignment schedule.

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