Wednesday, 02 May 2012 08:00

Group Discussion

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Group DiscussionAn effective way to open a unit or topic is to introduce a topic or problem to the class and allow the learner’s to flesh out the details with through a cooperative and collaborative discussion.

Tuesday, 01 May 2012 08:00

Rubrics

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RubricsA final and essential component in designing any kind of assessment is a grading rubric, a scoring guide that lists the criteria for the assignment, or the major points on which the student will be graded.

Tuesday, 01 May 2012 08:00

The Purpose of a Course Outline

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The Purpose of a Course OutlineDid you know that a course outline is a legal, binding document? It communicates important information about a class such as course outcomes, class expectations, and grading structures. Both instructor and student are obligated to follow the content of the syllabus.

Friday, 27 April 2012 08:00

Screenr: an Incredibly Easy Screen Recorder

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Screenr: an Incredibly Easy Screen RecorderScreenr is a free screen recording application that requires no installation and works right through your browser. The high-definition Flash screencasts display the recorded activity of your monitor, including any voice narration you may choose to include.

Friday, 27 April 2012 08:00

Assessing Authentically

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Assessing AuthenticallyBefore deciding on your assessments, you should have already established the learning outcomes at the program, course and module levels. If you haven’t, the Lesson/Module Planning of this website can help get you started.