Objectives for this Activity: (as presented to students before activity or in syllabus)

Self Check Quizzes randomly generates a self-grading quiz correlated to each lesson in your textbook Hints are available if you need extra help. Immediate feedback that includes specific page references allows you to review lesson skills. Choose a lesson from the list below.

Prerequisites for this Activity: (not necessarily presented to students)

Should have read the appropriate textbook materials prior to taking the quiz .

Materials and Resources:

What needs to be prepared in advance by the teacher? - The lesson activities for the given unit in the textbook should already have been covered..

What does the student need to bring to the lesson? - A few minutes.

Guiding Questions for this Activity: (not presented directly to students but a question that should be addressed in the readings)

What have you learned about the given instructional unit.?

Activity as Presented to Students: (usually in conjunction with the asynchronous discussion forum)

Teaching Strategies:

None. As instructors, we frequently answer questions regarding this quiz. These questions help to develop the student knowledge further.


What accommodations may be needed for students with disabilities or other special needs? This lesson requires few if any accommodations. Most text to speech and speech to text programs can function. The bandwidth requirements are also low.

Ideas for Activity Evaluation and Teacher Reflection:

Retain a log of student feedback on the tool. Also, try to provide credit for the activity, perhaps by placing a question on the high stakes test taken from these low stakes quizzes that the students can retrieve answers from.


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