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Strategies to Increase Student Engagement

As teachers, we know that student engagement is a component of a learner-centered classroom. One of the traditional ways teachers engage students in the learning process is through group activities. 593 more words


Bruk av tester i formativ vurdering. Modul 8 i ikt for læring

Jeg underviser blant annet i fagene økonomi og sikkerhet. Det er en rekke uttrykk og begreper (fagspråk) som skal innlæres. Til dette benytter jeg ulike tester. 1,445 more words

LTC best bits part 2 - Feedback and Take up Time


The following is taken from the end of 2013/14 LTC review of good practice:

‘Peer assessment has been the main focus, seeing a good improvement in the use of green pens but with an integration of a red pen into ‘TUT’ there has been a massive improvement in the quality of comments given during peer assessment. 107 more words


A case study of Socrative: Employing students’ smartphones/tablets to create an interactive lecture


Lisa Szatkowski, an Associate Professor in Medical Statistics (School of Medicine Division of Epidemiology and Public Health), aimed to bring an interactive element to her large group lectures (to approximately 250 first year medical students), that would help keep students engaged and provide instant feedback, enabling her to identify and immediately address any problems in comprehension. 601 more words


Simple Strategies for Better Quizzes | LearnDash

As a follow-up to the wonderful presentation given last Thursday on Jen’s use of Socrative for formative evaluation in her classroom, here are some best practices when creating a quiz. 9 more words


Hot Spots: don't wait until the end of the semester for student feedback.

My inner voice upon reading student evaluations of my courses at the end of each semester:

“Aw, man. I wish I’d known about these issues earlier.” 334 more words

Reflective Teacher 30 Day Blogging Challenge Day 13

Day 13: Name the top tech tools that you use on a consistent basis in the classroom and rank them in order of their effectiveness, in your opinion. 316 more words

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