Using Quiz Data to Support Students and Inform Teaching Practice

Using Quiz Data to Support Students and Inform Teaching Practice

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Waterford Institute of Technology

Discipline(s)

Teaching & Learning

Topic(s)

Learning Analyics, Student Success

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CC BY

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PDF

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dataQuizstudent success

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Case Study: Dr Hazel Farrell of Waterford Institute of Technology gives an overview of how she uses low stakes, weekly quizzes to inform her teaching practice and identify students that may be experiencing difficulty

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Case Study: Dr Hazel Farrell of Waterford Institute of Technology gives an overview of how she uses low stakes, weekly quizzes to inform her teaching practice and identify students that may be experiencing difficulty

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