Learners play a game to review concepts connected with student assessment. The categories on the game board are "General Assessment," "Science Assessment," "Math Assessment," and "Famous Scientists."
By Kaye Krueger
Learners listen to other students express their concerns about taking an online course. Strategies for how to be successful in school are discussed.
Building Core Abilities During Student Learning Through Formative and Summative Assessment
By Alex Birkholz, Ann Jadin
This learning object gives instructors an opportunity to review the definitions of formative and summative assessment and list examples of the evaluations they use. In a drag and drop exercise, they classify a variety of assessment tools as either formative or summative.
By Dawn Matott
In this object designed for instructional assistants, learners read about the laws that pertain to student school records. Three case studies are presented and learners write about how they would respond in these situations.
Design Principles Introduction
Explore the history behind today's eLearning best practices in this introduction to our design principles series.
Assessment: Teacher-centered or Learner-centered?
By Terri Langan
Users complete a self-inventory to determine if their approach to assessment is teacher-centered or learner-centered.
Nine Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning: Where Do I Stand?
In this interactive object, instructors use an extensive inventory to assess their beliefs and uses of assessment. The inventory is based on the work of educators supported by the American Association of Higher Education Assessment Forum in 1996.
Relating Course Competencies to Program Outcomes
Users read about how course competencies relate to program outcomes. They listen to the testimonies of three students who describe learning activities that prepared them for the world of work. In a matching exercise, learners distinguish between course competencies and program outcomes.
The Endocrine Hormone Game Show!
By Ramona Rasmussen
Learners answer questions from a game board with the headings "Pituitary," "Thyroid," and "Adrenal." Up to three people can play at one time. Contestants "buzz in" their answers to accumulate points.
Bob's Psychological Diagnosis
Help Bob match these psychological diagnosis terms and definitions together. If you don't, he knows where you live.
Abnormal Psychology Baseball
Test your knowledge of Psychological Assessment and diagnosis.
Spin the Wheel of Abnormal Psychology
In this wheel of fortune game, you'll review the common vocabulary of abnormal psychology.
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