Category: Grading

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Adding a Discussion Rubric to Canvas
How to add a rubric to a graded discussion to help students understand expectations for the discussion and how you intend to score their replies.
Assessment and Feedback Feedback, Formative Assessment, Grading, Rubrics and Checklists
Assessing Reflection (DePaul University Teaching Commons)
Noting that assessing reflection and reflective processes can be particularly difficult, this site provides suggestions and models.
Type: Website
Assessment and Feedback Formative Assessment, Grading, Rubrics and Checklists, Summative Assessment
Best practices for designing and grading exams (University of Michigan Center for Research on Learning and Teaching)
Guidelines for designing valid and reliable exams, advantages and disadvantages of commonly used types of achievement test items, and general guidelin...
Type: Website
Assessment and Feedback Grading
Canvas New Quizzes Faculty Guide
Instructor for using New Quizzes in Canvas (myCourses) Guide to using the Respondus LockDown Browser to prevent cheating on quizzes and exams in Canva...
Assessment and Feedback, Technologies for Teaching and Learning Canvas (MyCourses), Formative Assessment, Grading, Summative Assessment
Canvas: Getting Started with New Quizzes
Faculty guide to New Quizzes in Canvas.
Assessment and Feedback, Technologies for Teaching and Learning Canvas (MyCourses), Formative Assessment, Grading, Summative Assessment
Create Discussion Rubrics (University of Central Florida)
Considerations for creating discussion rubrics and multiple examples.
Type: Website
Assessment and Feedback, Teaching and Learning Strategies Discussion, Grading, Rubrics and Checklists
Designing Better Quizzes (Magna Publications/Faculty Focus).
Ideas for rethinking quiz practices.
Type: Report
Assessment and Feedback Formative Assessment, Grading, Summative Assessment
Designing Quality Multiple-Choice Questions (Yale University Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning)
Detailed resource that describes the components of a good multiple-choice questions and offers annotated examples.
Type: Website
Assessment and Feedback Grading
Designing Rubrics Workshop (DePaul University Teaching Commons, 50:46)
Rubrics are a powerful and flexible tool for assessing students' learning in classrooms and programs. This workshop was presented at DePaul Unive...
Assessment and Feedback Formative Assessment, Grading, Rubrics and Checklists, Summative Assessment
Effective Grading: A Tool for Learning and Assessment (Walvoord, B. E. and Anderson, V. J)
A comprehensive guide to grading in the classroom and a discussion of the broader purposes of grading.
Type: Book
Assessment and Feedback Feedback, Grading