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An iridescent butterfly sits perched on the nose of a fluffy white cat. What will happen next, you ask?

Do You Trust Your Students?

When I began teaching, I focused on content and rigor. I made the rookie mistake of designing my first course in ways that would have worked...
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Looks Good, Corn. Keep it up.

#digped Storify: Assessing Assessment

The most recent #digped conversation covered questions of the value of grading. The focus was in a higher-ed environment. At times, participants challenged the very definition...
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Tangled wires.

The Tangle of Assessment

Grading and assessment are curious beasts, activities many instructors love to hate but ones that nonetheless undergird the institutions where we work. Peter Elbow begins his...
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