Appendix

Selected Resources

Don’t dismiss a book or article from the list below simply because it’s not your specific field. While some of these resources focus only on specific disciplines, the methods they advocate are applicable for numerous academic fields and teaching styles.

Dirks, Clarissa, Mary Pat Wenderoth, and Michelle Withers. Assessment in the College Science Classroom. W.H. Freeman Scientific Teaching. W. H. Freeman, 2014.

Hodges, Linda C. Teaching Undergraduate Science: A Guide to Overcoming Obstacles to Student Learning.  Sterling, VA: Stylus, 2015.

“Classroom Assessment Strategies,” Walker Center for Teaching and Learning (The University of Tennessee: Chattanooga), retrieved Apr. 2016.[1]

“Classroom Assessment Techniques,” University Teaching & Learning Center (The George Washington University), retrieved Apr. 2016.[2]

“Classroom Assessment Techniques,” Center for Teaching (Vanderbilt University), retrieved apr. 2016.[3]

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