Creating multiple choice questions that align with what we want to assess can be challenging. This evidence-based teaching tool provides you with some tips for developing questions and evaluating them to ensure they are assessing what you intend.
Teaching Tools—Writing Effective Multiple Choice Questions (PDF)
Student Response Systems (SRS) allow you to receive immediate feedback on your teaching and their learning. It could take 10 seconds or 10 minutes of your class time but works well in small or large classrooms.
Teaching Tools—Student Response Systems (PDF)
Rubrics (Based Introduction)
Rubrics are tools that layout expectations of an assignment for students. It can prompt students to self-evaluate and can help with those questions "why did I get this grade" and decrease subjectivity that is apparent in grading.