This book about learning which, in the author’s belief, includes assessment. The book is not about assessment in online courses; it’s about assessment in any post-secondary course. Dr. Conrad is a rec
This short (5min) video offers an explanation of the biological effects that can happen to anyone as a result of trauma. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_n9qegR7C4&feature=youtu.be
This article summarizes the SALTISE presentation by Paul Denny last May. Students create multiple choice questions in a collaborative environment.
This 28min podcast reports on the state of reading literacy, discusses some of the root causes of declining reading literacy exhibited by today’s students, and suggests what can be done. Although focu
Getting “is” right “Welcome to Ask Dr. Editor! This advice column is for you if you’re an academic who is seeking to communicate their research effectively – to be read, understood, funded, cited, and
Grading made easy A good reminder as to why rubrics might work well in your course(s) as well as the range of tools available to develop them. As mentioned in the Comments, Moodle also provides for ru
This article shares 20 examples, including two from Canada, that address aspects, such as Automated feedback and grading, Learning analytics, Student support, Virtual reality, and others. Related: Vir
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feduc.2018.00033/full “Peer Instruction is a popular pedagogical method developed by Eric Mazur in the 1990s….Research over the past 25 years has demonstra