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Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATS)

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Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers
2nd Edition, By Thomas A. Angelo and K. Patricia Cross

Fifty Classroom Assessment Techniques are presented in this book. These techniques are to be used as starting points, ideas to be adapted and improved upon.

CATs From California State University
These can apply to any discipline, not just chemistry. The first part of this article describes some Classroom Assessment Techniques.

Small Group Instructional Feedback
The SGIF technique started in Seattle at the University of Washington under the guidance of Dr. Joseph Clark. SGIF arose out of a recognized need for an alternative to course evaluation questionnaires. The SGIF uses a process of small group and large group consensus and provides more meaningful feedback to both faculty and students. Since the feedback is presented to the instructor in a completely anonymous form, students feel free to make honest assessments of the class. In addition, the students feel that their comments have some real impact and that they are making a useful contribution to the course.