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The Rubric Machine helps you build and use instructional rubrics in support of broader performance-based approaches to... see more

This well crafted & simply elegant PowerPoint slide show hosted by Slideshare illustrates by example and content the... see more

iRubric is a comprehensive rubric development, assessment, and collaboration tool. Designed from the ground up, iRubric... see more

Who are the students in my class? How do I design a course? Which teaching method is right for me, my students, and the... see more

This excellent and well researched resource provides all you need to know about the flipped classroom, what it is, how it... see more

This paper contains some very practical tips for using audio feedback in online courses. It reports the findings of a... see more

Wilson's blog page distinguishes Creative thinking from Analytical and Practical Thinking in very concise and... see more

This article about Bob Rotheram's first experience of using audio to give feedback on student assignments. It led... see more

This resource is dedicated to a dozen specific concepts from the most recent literature on brain based learning... see more

This engaging article provides clear explanations with useful examples that will help you develop and design highly... see more

The author, Clark Quinn,will be giving an upcoming webinar where he makes his case for defining microlearning.  And, as... see more

A companion piece to the Getting Students involved is the Classroom Structures matrix with a number of suggestions of how... see more

This considerable online resource covers the following methods and approaches to teaching & learning: Collaborative... see more

In this episode Andrew Middleton talks with Anne Nortcliffe about the use of Audio Feedback in supporting her Software... see more

This document outlines a task for a fictional student at a fictional university with the student’s completed work ready... see more

A document in which Bob Rotheram describes how he undertakes audio feedback.

This wiki was created by Vivien Rolfe and Catherine Cronin for their workshop at the UK Association of Learning... see more

This questionnaire is being taken by staff after the first stage of the ‘Sounds Good’ project. These are questions... see more