My Favorite Things: 5 Useful Formative Assessment Tools

The internet is full of all sorts of helpful formative assessment tools for blended learning. Like many readers, I'm often overwhelmed. So here are 5 of my favorite (for the moment) formative assessment tools for blended learning. I hope you find them useful.

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Feedback In Online Courses: Advice From Emily Dickinson

Feedback is critical to effective learning. Some of the best advice of feedback for online learners that I've read comes from a reclusive America poet who died 100 years before the dawn of online learning. In this article; providing effective feedback in online courses from Emily Dickinson.

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Finding The eLearning Platform Of Your Dreams

Looking for that special eLearning platform? In many ways, it's like looking for a spouse. This article helps you avoid looking for love in all the wrong places, and instead outlines some strategies for finding the eLearning platform of your dreams.

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New Wine In New Bottles: Learner-Centered eLearning

Online learning has been derided as "old wine in new bottles" - modern, sleek technology that delivers stale, traditional instruction. But by focusing on design, the role of instructors, and of students, we can begin to create courses that focus on what we know works best for teaching and learning. So, let's talk about learner-centered eLearning.

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eLearning Two Step: An Overview Of Instruction

Online learning has been described as "one step forward for technology and two steps backwards for instruction". This first of two articles provides an eLearning two step overview of different instructional approaches we can use with online learners.

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