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CATs in the Classroom

Classroom Assessment Techniques, otherwise known as CATs, are simple, content-related activities done during class time. CATs are typically not graded and anonymous to encourage students to work comfortably. CATs should uncover areas where students struggle and reinforce the content they have already mastered. Here is a easy way to incorporate CATs into your classroom: About the […]

June 28, 2017

Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) – Minute Paper

As a teacher, you might assume that the course content, readings and lectures have left the students knowing what you wanted them to know. Only to find out later that students did not learn what you wanted them to learn. By having the students complete a Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) immediately after the session, module […]

October 12, 2016

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Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) – Muddiest Point

Why wait for semester-end evaluations to gather potentially useful information on student learning since it is often collected too late to help the students in your current semester. You can do it all semester long using Classroom Assessment Techniques! As a teacher, you might assume that the course content, readings and lectures have left the […]

October 5, 2016

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