Free Educational Stuff on the
- How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School John D.
Bransford,Ann L. Brown, and Rodney R. Cocking, editors
- Assessment in Higher Education This page provides a bibliography
of some important papers about student assessment which have been published online and are available in full free of charge.
- Student Peer Assessment Student
assessment of other students' work, both formative and summative, has many potential benefits to learning for the assessor and
the assessee. It encourages student autonomy and higher order thinking skills. Its weaknesses can be avoided with anonymity,
multiple assessors, and tutor moderation. With large numbers of students the management of peer assessment can be assisted by
- Learning Technologies Web site maintained by Stephen
Bostock at Keele University. Lots of links!
in Education@Schoolblogs.com How to set up & run Blogs -- sort of free form discussion boards, open to everyone, within
particular content domains.
- Knowledge Gateway from
McGraw Hill, a one-stop shopping center for content, advice, tools, and
links to other resources
is a free and open resource
designed primarily for faculty and students in higher education. With a
continually growing collection of online learning materials, peer reviews
and assignments, MERLOT helps faculty enhance instruction. MERLOT is also
a learning community.
styles based on Kolb's work, as summarized and interpreted by Don
Clark. Suggestions on how to assess students'
- Bloom's taxonomy
as summarized by Don Clark. Also an overview of 3 types of learning.
- The VARK
learning style inventory on the Active Learning site.
- Curriculum webs A textbook
and website based tutorial to help you build your own course web site. An
alternative to WebCT and Blackboard?
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