Strategies allowing students to know what they know (as well as what they don’t know) and those that help students become appropriately self- confident are linked to improved student learning. Here are three strategies that may assist our students in becoming better learners while not burying us in grading.
Use Elements of Cognitive Constructivism to Design Effective Learning Activities
Develop Expertise in Students by Creating Cognitive Apprenticeships
Improving Student Learning with (Almost) No Grading
Improving Student Achievement with Effective Learning Techniques
NYIT Faculty Talk about Teaching: Focus on International Students, Part 2