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This article dives into methods for creating quality rubrics that can help measure students' performance critically and effectively.
In this article, we’ll dive into understanding why we use rubrics, what they are, and how they can contribute to the student learning process.
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This week's column covers the topic os assessment, which has become a major issue within the higher ed community in the light of the pandemic.
Rubrics are a fundamental part of creating an online course. It is crucial to know how to build one, and what criteria should we include.
Explore how FeedbackFruits can assist teachers in facilitating assessment in online courses
The abrupt shift to online learning opens a great opportunity to try new assessment types and tools
You can create a safe classroom for your students to give feedback to each other by following these 6 principles.
This learning activity focuses on open-ended assessment at scale to enhance learning through both the knowledge formation and assessment
Rubrics work well to ensure constructive feedback provided by students because they clarify expectations for both targets and quality.
Besides receiving feedback only from teachers, relevant and effective feedback could also be provided by peers
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