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What can CATs tell you?
Classroom assessment techniques can provide valuable information about how your teaching is impacting what students are learning, You can collect data in the following areas:
For more detailed information, please download the Power Point file and worksheet below.
Work through the process of figuring out which CATs to use in your instruction.
CATs Workshop PowerPoint
Miller, Sara D. “Classroom Assessment Techniques Workshop.” originally presented at the Art of Liaison, Instruction, and Selection Series, Michigan State University Libraries, September 12, 2013.
Angelo, Thomas A., and K. Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1993.
Bowles-Terry, M., & Kvenild, C. (2015). Classroom assessment techniques for librarians.
Stewart, Sharon Lee. “Assessment for Library Instruction: The Cross/Angelo Model.” Research Strategies 16, no. 3 (January 3, 1998): 165–174.
“Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs)" (Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University) http://cft.vanderbilt.edu/teaching-guides/assessment/cats