Window and Desktop Elements
By Dawn Matott
In this interactive object, learners identify the elements of the Windows platform in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Bloom's Taxonomy For Cognitive Learning and Teaching
By Terri Langan
The users of this learning object read a brief introduction to the six levels of Bloom's Cognitive Taxonomy and quiz themselves on a basic understanding of the levels.
Bloom's Taxonomy for Affective Learning and Teaching
This lesson focuses on the affective domain, which refers to attitudes of awareness, interest, attention, concern and responsibility. Users quiz themselves on their basic understanding of the content.
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.
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.
Assessment: Teacher-centered or Learner-centered?
Users complete a self-inventory to determine if their approach to assessment is teacher-centered or learner-centered.
The Importance of Attire in Early Childhood Education
By Tracy Craker, Dawn Matott
Learners read about the types of clothing considered appropriate for a childcare setting. This activity is designed for students enrolled in an early childhood education program.
Space Relations Assessment Examples
By Marie Hechimovich
Learners mentally manipulate two-dimensional diagrams to visualize the objects in their three-dimensional forms.
Processes of Science
The purpose of this learning object is to introduce the learner to the different processes of science.
Bloom's Taxonomy for Psychomotor Learning and Teaching
Learners read about the six levels of the psychomotor domain taxonomy and quiz themselves on a basic understanding of the content.
Online Success Strategies:When's Your Best Time to Study?
In this interactive learning object, learners determine what time of day they are most alert and when is the best time for them to study.
The Good, the Bad, and What Is a Competency?
By Karen Barr, Beth Dailey, Barbara Buckel, Kristi Thoreson
Learners distinguish between competencies that are effective and robust, and those that are ineffective and weak. The learning object is designed for faculty who are writing or revising courses. It contains audio.
Introduction to Computers
By Bruce Bell
Learners view both external and internal computer components and read descriptions of what they do. No applications are introduced.
Bulletin Board Essentials
By Leanne Healy
In this interactive object, learners examine the characteristics of effective visual displays. This activity is designed primarily for instructional assistants.
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.
Teamwork in a School Setting
By Suzanne Koprowski
In this interactive object, learners identify the different roles generally assumed by teachers and instructional assistants as they form a partnership in the classroom.
Scoring the GED/HSED Essay
By Laurie Jarvis
In this learning activity you'll review answers to commonly asked questions about the GED/HSED essay and view the official scoring guide.
Abstract Reasoning Assessment Examples
Learners solve two sample problems for an abstract reasoning assessment.
The Importance of Attire
Learners read about the types of clothing considered appropriate for a school setting. This activity is designed for students enrolled in an instructional assistant program.
By Jonathan Iwanski
Users view effective and ineffective methods of assessing a task. Flight training is used as an example of an area that needs authentic assessment.
By Leanne Healy, Chris Hofer, Gretchen Gall
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."
Writing the GED Essay - Using Transitional Words
In this learning activity you'll discover transitional words to help you write an effective GED/HSED essay.
By Tracy Blahnik
In a drag-and-drop exercise, the learner considers various food items and determines if they improve brain functioning. This learning object is designed for instructional assistants.
Proper Diapering Procedure
By Joan Klinkner
Learners consider the steps and supplies to use when diapering infants and toddlers. The proper diapering procedure not only meets basic care and sanitation needs but builds relationships and promotes the child’s learning. Brief quizzes complete the learning object.
ECE Curriculum Jeopardy
By Kim Horejs
In this interactive game, learners answer 30 questions about early childhood education activities and skills. Up to three people can play on the game board at one time.