Assessing Student Learning

Developing Effective Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

Designing Rubrics

Informal Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs)

Authentic Assessment

Program Assessment

  • A Simple Model for Learning Improvement (by Keston H. Fulcher, Megan R. Good, Chris M. Coleman, and Kristen L. Smith, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment) – Assessment does not automatically lead to improved programming. This article explores how to use assessment to enhance student learning. 

CTE Perspectives: Grading

Time-Saving Hacks for Efficient Grading Part 1 : A CTE Workshop Recap

In October 2020, the CTE ran a panel discussion on time-saving hacks for grading efficiently. Lauren Boasso, Stephanie Gillespie and Kristen Seda shared ways that they have been able to make the most out of their grading time. For those who couldn’t attend the session we’re sharing a summary of the discussion in three parts,

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Time-Saving Hacks for Efficient Grading Part 2 : A CTE Workshop Recap

In October 2020, the CTE ran a panel discussion on time-saving hacks for grading efficiently. Lauren Boasso, Stephanie Gillespie and Kristen Seda shared ways that they have been able to make the most out of their grading time. For those who couldn’t attend the session we’re sharing a summary of the discussion in three parts,

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Time-Saving Hacks for Efficient Grading Part 3 : A CTE Workshop Recap

In October 2020, the CTE ran a panel discussion on time-saving hacks for grading efficiently. Lauren Boasso, Stephanie Gillespie and Kristen Seda shared ways that they have been able to make the most out of their grading time. For those who couldn’t attend the session we’re sharing a summary of the discussion in three parts,

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