These assignment categories (. peer learning, independent, small groups) can also be used to guide the instructor’s choice of assessment measures that can provide information about student and class comprehension of the material. As discussed by Biggs (1999), there are additional questions an instructor can consider when choosing which type of assignment would provide the most benefit to students. These include:
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The original poster is displayed in the classroom. "When I feel they are slipping, I remind them of the 'contract' we all signed -- the rules they came up with and agreed to," Gambrel told Education World. "We review the rules before and after a long weekend or extended break and when someone new joins the class. During each review, I ask if any items need to be removed or added."