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Final Exams or Epic Finales

Instead of a multiple-choice test, Dr. Anthony Crider, from Elon University, suggests ending the semester with one last, memorable learning experience. He discusses his own final, where “students show up to a nearly empty room: no tables, no chairs, and no instructors….

Anthony Crider, Elon University

Classroom Assessment Techniques: Concept Maps

This online video module, created by the Center for Instructional Innovation & Assessment at Western Washington University, walks through the use of concept maps as a way to improve teaching and learning in the classroom. If you’re interested in using…

Center for Instructional Innovation & Assessment, Western Washington University

An Introduction to Classroom Assessment Techniques

Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) are informal methods that instructors can use in their classes to find out what students are learning. This guide, developed by the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence at Penn State University, contains a brief explanation of…

Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, Penn State University

Curriculum Design

A resource on curriculum design, created by the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning at the University of Michigan. This guide contains links and useful resources for faculty who are undertaking curriculum design or revision. It addresses: Curriculum Goals…

Center for Research on Teaching and Learning, University of Michigan

College Curriculum Renewal Project

The College Curriculum Renewal Project (CCRP) is an ongoing effort of the College to foster curricular renewal and innovation, motivated by the desires to deepen student learning at Georgetown. Since the fall of 2001, numerous phases of CCRP have generated…

Center for New Designs in Learning & Scholarship, Georgetown University

Curriculum Design Guide

A guide created by Liverpool John Moores University in 2010. From the guide: “The purpose of this guide is to help programme teams plan and review their programmes. The guide provides practical support within a framework of curriculum design that…

Liverpool John Moores University

Designing and Evaluating Oral Assignments Workshop

Discussed during the TLC workshop, “Oral Presentations: Designing and Grading,” October 17, 2012. Handout: Designing and Evaluating Oral Assignments Workshop

Dee Oseroff-Varnell (Department of Communication)

Knowing an ‘A’ When You See One: How to...

“Knowing an ‘A’ When You See One: How to Design and Assess Oral Presentations.” , September 14, 2010 Knowing an ‘A’ When You See One: How to Design and Assess Oral Presentations

Dee Oseroff-Varnell (WFU Department of Communication)