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RE-cycled: Early Christian Communities

Geraldine Martin  |  21 April 2016

This RE-cycled activity uses Bloom’s Taxonomy and Multiple Intelligences to provide teachers and students with a plethora of activities to assess students' learning.
By using Bloom’s Taxonomy and Multiple Intelligences an instructor can assess student’s ‘Assessment for Learning, Assessment of Learning and Assessment as Learning’ as the lesson is progressing throughout the term. This also gives the students a choice on how they wish to be assessed. Choose one of the activities that students will all be assessed on and then give them a choice of 5 or 6 others. 

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