Course objectives are to create a grading rubric, recognize quality questions and answer distractors, and distinguish between formative and summative assessments.
- [Instructor] The learning objectives for this course are: by the end of this course, you will be able to write an effective grading rubric. You will distinguish between poorly written and well written exam questions and distractors. And you will be able to explain the purpose of learning assessments, as well as state the goals for your own learning assessments.
- Establishing assessment goals
- Understanding best practices
- Learning how Bloom's taxonomy affects assessments
- Comparing assessment formats
- Creating observational assessments
- Delivering online exams
- Providing feedback
- Making your assessment realistic
- Creating a fair assessment environment
- Handling accommodations for special needs
- Planning and designing assessments
- Creating a rubric
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1. Learning Assessments Overview
2. Assessment Types
3. Impartiality and Perception of Fairness
4. How to Create Learning Assessments
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