How to write the most effective challenge problems for learning?
The research behind Courselets
How to apply Courselets to graded homework and projects?
Expert assistance with boosting your courselet's learning impact
What is the best place in a course to first take advantage of Courselets' ability to individualize where each student needs to focus?
How to decide where to start, and what kind of exercises?
How to run an exercise for maximum learning?
How should you revise existing exercises for students to get maximum benefit from Courselets?
What is the first, easiest way to boost student learning using Courselets?
Are there easy steps that can dramatically boost student learning and reduce disparities?
What are the basic steps of creating a question thread?
How to add italics, bold, lists, paragraphs etc. in your threads
You can use LaTeX both inline and equation-mode in any thread
Simplest way to include a table is using raw HTML
And how can Courselets help your students with them?
Assessing multiple-choice vs. open-response questions, and how they work on Courselets
For students enrolled in a university course, LTI brings them to a courselet without any additional login or enrolment steps
Giving students access to a courselet is as easy as emailing them a URL
a quick demonstration of how to review student responses to an exercise, to look for common errors
how can I write a new Error Model for a Courselets thread, to identify a common misconception?
"Conceptual understanding" is easy to say, but harder to define exactly or measure. Here are some effective practices.