Exams & Grading

  • 5 Effective Methods of Feedback for Student Success

    5 Effective Methods of Feedback for Student Success

    Feedback is crucial to ensuring students are learning and learning well. Different forms of feedback can ease student minds while lowering instructor stress.

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  • Handling Possible Cases of Academic Dishonesty

    Handling Possible Cases of Academic Dishonesty

    Encountering possible cases of plagiarism and academic dishonesty is always disappointing. Having a plan in place to approach these challenges makes it easier.

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  • Giving the “Right” Grade: Advice on A vs. B vs. C vs. D Work

    Giving the “Right” Grade: Advice on A vs. B vs. C vs. D Work

    Setting clear standards and criteria makes it easier for students to know what instructors are looking for as well as making assignments easier to grade.

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  • 7 Tips to Balance Teaching With Grading

    7 Tips to Balance Teaching With Grading

    Grading assignments can be stressful, but there are ways to prevent it from being overwhelming.

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  • Surving Exam Week: Tips to Help Instructors Stay Sane

    Surving Exam Week: Tips to Help Instructors Stay Sane

    Finals and exams are almost here! Here are five tips for instructors on how to survive and stay time during finals week.

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  • How to Handle Student Grade Complaints

    How to Handle Student Grade Complaints

    It's that time of year again...students will be coming to negotiate (and plead) their grades.

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  • Making 300 Feel Like 30: How to Teach Large Sections

    Making 300 Feel Like 30: How to Teach Large Sections

    Unique challenges that come with large lecture sections provide instructors with the opportunity to teach differently.

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  • Making the Most Out of Office Hours

    Making the Most Out of Office Hours

    How well time is spent during office hours doesn't entirely fall on the students. Instructors need to create an environment that supports students and can meet them halfway when necessary.

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  • 7 Tips to Get Your Students Ready for Assessment

    7 Tips to Get Your Students Ready for Assessment

    7 Tips for instructors on how to help your students better prepare and succeed at taking exams, mid-terms, assessments, or finals.

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  • Assess Thyself or Be Assessed: 5 Golden Rules of Conducting Assessment

    Assess Thyself or Be Assessed: 5 Golden Rules of Conducting Assessment

    Assessments are an inescapable part of teaching. Though we can't control everything, there are key areas of focus that can make assessments easier to prepare for.

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  • 3 Methods to Help Prevent Cheating

    3 Methods to Help Prevent Cheating

    Cheating will likely always be an issue, but there are methods to reduce cheating in your classroom.

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  • Managing Your Time & Handling Plagiarism

    Managing Your Time & Handling Plagiarism

    Plagiarism is an unfortunate part of teaching, but clear expectations can minimize how often instructors must confront it.

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  • Teaching Students to Troubleshoot a "Fail"

    Teaching Students to Troubleshoot a "Fail"

    A teacher's story on what to do when receiving an F.

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  • The Exam Hurdle: 5 Tips to Prepare Students for Exam Weeks

    The Exam Hurdle: 5 Tips to Prepare Students for Exam Weeks

    Looking to help your students get ready for midterms? Here are 5 key instructor tips to help your students prepare.

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  • Measuring Student Outcomes in Community Colleges

    Measuring Student Outcomes in Community Colleges

    Data only gives us a piece of the puzzle. Knowing how to interpret and use the data is pivotal to creating impactful change.

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  • An Underappreciated Key to College Success: Sleep

    An Underappreciated Key to College Success: Sleep

    We all know that sleep is important. But it may be contributing to your college struggles more than you realize.

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