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Faculty Using CATs

GCU faculty share how they use Classroom Assessment Techniques in their classrooms.
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Faculty Development

on 6 February 2013

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Classroom Assessment Techniques
CATs GCU Faculty Using CATs Classroom Assessment Techniques

(CATs) CATs Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) are simple tools for collecting data on student learning in order to improve it. Rooted in Good Teaching Most college teachers already collect some feedback on their students' learning and use that feedback to inform their teaching. The Effects Classroom Assessment is an attempt to build on existing good practice by making it more systematic, more flexible, and more effective. GCU surveyed its faculty and found examples of many instructors already using Classroom Assessment Techniques in their classes -- quantitative and qualitative courses. Move your mouse over the picture and click "Play" GCU Faculty Angelo, Thomas A., and Cross, Patricia K. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers (1993). Jossey-Bass. Move your mouse over the picture and click "Play" Move your mouse over the picture and click "Play" Move your mouse over the picture and click "Play" Move your mouse over the picture and click "Play" (Click on the arrows at the bottom of the slide)
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