Find and share ideas for checking in with students during a project, class, or semester to assess their learning and see if content or instruction needs adjusting.
- The pandemic has revealed—and exacerbated—inequities that hold many students back. Here’s how teachers can help.21.3k
- A quick assessment strategy replaces raised hands, encouraging more students to contribute by accommodating their different processing needs.35.5k
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- Many teachers find it difficult to gauge how well students understand a lesson in an online classroom. A technique common among award-winning online instructors should help.10.7k
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- These techniques guide all students to process course content and then actively demonstrate their learning.13.9k