Many factors are involved when assessing whether or not the intended learning has taken place. While writing and creating content specific evaluation critieria, other methods and criteria can also be utilized to assess meaningful learning. This criteria can range from specific knowledge, skills and attitudes as related to course content to the employability skills required in industry or professional governing bodies. Other classroom assessment techniques (CATs) or formative assessments can be utilized to promote clarity, evaluate student learning and reinforce meaningful course content.
Continuous assessment and feedback is an imperative component of the learning process. Students must be given the opportunity to monitor their progress throughout the term and have access to multiple differentiated authentic assessment strategies.
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