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    Bloom’s Taxonomy Question Stems For Use In Assessment

    This comprehensive list of pre-created Bloom’s taxonomy question stems ensure students are critically engaging with course material

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    3 Ways to Drive Reading Comprehension Using a Digital Textbook

    Generation Z aren’t the type to read for fun—here’s how to address that in your real-time and self-paced college classes

  3. What Engaging Assessments Look Like In Online Learning Environments

    Ensure success in online and blended environments by creating assessments that test students on more than just rote memorization

  4. 20 Formative Assessment Examples To Use In Your College Classroom

    Informal assessments are an easy way to stay connected with your students and understand their progress in your course

  5. No Grades, No Problem: Is Ungrading the Future of Higher Education?

    Some instructors are turning away from grading in favor of a more holistic approach to student assessments

  6. Choosing the Right Remote Assessment Method for Your Course

    Open book, remote proctored, asynchronous assignment—selecting the appropriate final assessment type will depend on the needs of your…

  7. 5 Options for Flexible and Empathetic Summative Assessments

    With a little creativity and understanding, end-of-semester assessments don't have to suffer

  8. How to Engage Your Students With Effective Assessments

    Well-designed assessments encourage students to prioritize intellectual growth, while equipping them with marketable skills

  9. How to Save 3 Hours of Grading Time

    Top Hat offers tools for easily employing both formative and summative assessments

  10. The Evolution of Testing: Student Assessment Through the Ages

    From oral exams in medieval Europe, to artificial intelligence in modern grading, we track the history of higher ed assessments

  11. 3 Ways Student Data Can Improve Your Teaching

    Leveraging data from your classroom can be one of the most effective ways to ensure students succeed

  12. You Need Weekly Feedback From Your Students. Here’s How

    The traditional method of testing students—once at midterms, and once at finals—works to a certain extent. After midterms, you’ll have…

  13. If You’re Only Assessing 3 Times a Semester, That’s Way Too Little

    Most professors assess at the start of a term, the middle point and at the very end. But professors and students alike can benefit from more…

  14. 5 Time-Saving In-Class Assessment Tools

    Professors can reclaim their out-of-classroom hours with these helpful automatic assessment tools

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    College is Failing Students When It Comes to Digital Literacy

    Tony Bates, who helped pioneer distance education and computer assisted learning at the University of British Columbia, says that leadership…

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    Intro to Biology Textbooks: 3 Subjects They Need To Cover

    Biology—the study of living things and their vital processes—is a continuously evolving field. New cutting-edge research in biology…

  17. Introducing Top Hat’s New Gradebook

    Top Hat’s revised grade and attendance management system is designed to be intuitive and easy to learn. Product manager Karthiga…

  18. Curriculum Based Measurement: How To Get Started

    While exams are designed to test and score knowledge, they don’t always indicate how well students are progressing through course…

  19. How Formative Assessment Helps Prepare Students for a Career

    Video: Washington State University’s Leslie Sprunger helps veterinary students behave professionally by using peer assessment

  20. Multiple Choice Test Ideas For College Classrooms

    Learn when it’s appropriate to set a multiple choice test for college students, and how to make sure they achieve your classroom’s…