Providing Student Feedback Online

There are a variety of educational technology tools that you can use to provide formative and summative feedback to your students. The guide below outlines tools that you can use at RMIT. Additional Resources: Best Methods and Tools for Online Educators to Give Students Helpful and Meaningful Feedback

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Blackboard Quiz – Item Analysis

Did you know that you can access statistics on overall quiz performance and individual quiz questions? The Item Analysis tool provides you access to data that helps you recognise questions that might be poor discriminators of student performance. Watch a tutorial on how to use the item anlysis tool below: The analysis report provides: quiz (test) [...

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An exciting way of using Google Slides for quizzes

This very easy way of creating interactive quizzes with Google Slides gives every teacher the opportunity to create snappy little online interactive quizzes. Read the article and have a go, we’re sure your students will love it for formative assessment.

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Setting up Blackboard Test Availability Exceptions

If a student is unable to complete a test with the same requirements as most of the class, eg DLU advice, then they can be added to the Test Availability Exceptions list and their specific requirement/s, either time of test availability or duration, can be setup. The following guide is designed to assist staff in setting up […]

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