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CETL Seminar: Engaging and Assessing Students through Short-written Responses

CETL Seminar: Engaging and Assessing Students through Short-written Responses

Abstract: In this seminar, we share our experiences of an innovation which aimed to involve all students actively in class. Students are assessed on short in-class written responses to an issue to be addressed in the following lecture. David Pomfret pioneered this strategy with History students and in the Common Core; David Carless observed his implementation and later tried it out with Education students.

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 Ctr for Enhance't of Teaching & Learning

 20th November, 2015

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