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Field-tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG)

        

Field-tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG)

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The Classroom Assessment Techniques -- CATs (Angelo and Cross, 1993) within the FLAG are succinct, self-contained,self-instructional, web-based modules that introduce a broadly applicable technique for use in college or universitySMET courses. Each CAT has been written by a college or university instructor who currently uses the technique, and has beenreviewed by the FLAG Editorial Board for accuracy and consistency with current professional standards of assessment.In most cases, the technique... More
Material Type: Quiz/Test
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: September 03, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: July 22, 2013
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Language: English
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12 years ago

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Avatar for Nancy J. Pelaez
13 years ago

Nancy J. Pelaez (Faculty)

Current assessment philosophy suggests that variety yields greater and more
useful evidence of student accomplishments. This resource makes a variety of
assessment techniques available to instructors. While the resource is designed
by and for college faculty, it would be useful to instructors at all levels.

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A resource is available to create your own Student Assessment of Learning Gains
web-based instrument:
http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/salgains/instructor/