Assessment Based on Learning Objectives

Reading One Goals Objectives and Instructional Design Goals(Enduring Understandings) are defined as broad, general, intangible, abstract can not be validated Objectives are narrow precise tangible and can be measured Objectives are the skills or knowledge students will need to demonstrate. You will be able to. The verbs in the objective should indicate the assessment type […]

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Active and Passive Learning

Task Think about your face-to-face or online courses you have taught or have taken. How active did you expect your students to be or how active where you expected to be as the student? Would you do anything differently to increase the active learning experience? Use your learning journal to record your thoughts. You will […]

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Digression on Assessment Journal

As I read the articles on online assessment and tools I began to think how I have set up my assessment within the UBD and curriculum mapping framework we are using. I wonder how many people went down the same route I went. I think it is a natural tendency to simply rework what you […]

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Our First Assignment

Our first assignment requires that we read an article create notes on the article then react to some of the information we read. On the whole the article was OK though it felt a bit dated. The article did raise the need for a reexamination of terms some that we will be looking at later […]

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Professional Development

Readings: Using Electronic Portfolios For Classroom Research By H. Barrett portfolio: is a collection of work that the learner has collected, selected, organized, reflected on and presented to demonstrate growth, collection of individual pieces called artifacts can make it easier for students to understand their own learning assessment of learning summative assessment assessment for learning […]

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