How can a few simple modifications to quizzing create a more effective and accurate assessment of learning?
Improving Multiple Choice Questioning
Improving the Exit Ticket
On the Hunt
Reverse Engineering the Multiple-Choice Question
Talking About Forgetting with Students
Highlighting with a Purpose
Before, During, and After Thinking Strategies
Honesty is the Best Policy
Confidence Weighted Multiple-Choice Questioning
Three Hurdles Students Must Clear to Maximize Assessment’s Benefits
How Do You Know What You Know?
A Great Day Of Teaching…Or Was It?
Brain – Book – Buddy: A Strategy for Assessment
A Focus On Learning, Not Fun
Student Choice, Intuition, and Poor Study Habits
The Myth of Passive Learning
A Discussion about Learning in the Classroom
Color Coding Recall Attempts to Assess Learning
Due to Hurricane Irma, I have not seen my students in four days. We are right in the middle of the most difficult unit of study for the entire year. To combat this difficulty, I make things easier...but not in the way you may be thinking. I make it easier with more frequent low-stakes assessments... Continue Reading →