Assessing the Online Learner: Resources and Strategies for by Rena M. Palloff

By Rena M. Palloff

Written by means of Rena M. Palloff and Keith Pratt, specialists within the box of on-line instructing and studying, this hands-on source is helping better schooling pros comprehend the basics of potent on-line review. It deals assistance for designing and imposing inventive review practices tied on to path actions to degree pupil studying. The e-book is full of illustrative case stories, actual tests established in real-life program of suggestions, and collaborative actions that check the standard of scholar studying instead of hoping on the conventional equipment of measuring the volume of data retained.

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Into instruction. (Continued) How Do We Know They Know? 2 (Continued ) Provisional Teacher: Level I Professional Teacher: Level II Master Teacher: Level III B. Uses teaching techniques that address student learning levels, rates, and styles. B. Adapts teaching techniques to accommodate a range of student learning levels, rates, styles, and special needs. B. Selects the most effective teaching techniques to address a variety of student learning levels, rates, styles, and needs, as well as diverse interests and backgrounds.

25 flexibility to produce a presentation, a web page, a joint paper, a handbook, a brochure, or some other artifact that represents their collaborative learning allows them, as Angelo and Cross (1993) contend, to increase their grasp of course concepts. It is also an important aspect in building an effective learning community. Stein and Wanstreet (2003) note that the element of choice in assessments appears to be a factor critical to learning success with adult learners and that the ability to choose allows students to work from a preferred learning style.

One such site is Calibrated Peer Review (CPR), which allows instructors to use already created writing assignments for assessment purposes or create their own assignments and criteria for peer and self-assessment. The use of websites or tools requires some time to set up, but simplifies the peer assessment task and also provides a more objective assessment. If a website or tool is not used, then guidelines for peer review should be provided to the students. 2 provides an example of a feedback form that might be provided to students to help guide their process in reviewing a student colleague’s paper.

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