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Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique (IF-AT Forms)

IF AT form picture - A white sheet of paper with a grid of scratch-off answer fields.The Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique, also known as the IF-AT, uses multiple-choice questions and a system of scratch-off answer forms (like lottery tickets) to document student responses and collect feedback in the classroom.  IF-AT forms can be used for individual assessments or with groups of students in Team-Based Learning or similar activities. See the Epstein Educational Enterprises Web site for more information.

The Center for Teaching and Learning has IF-AT forms on-hand for faculty to use in their classes. Contact the CTL (CTL@otterbein.edu | 614-823-1035) to request a set.

/Center for Teaching and Learning

The CTL is located on the 3rd floor of Courtright Memorial Library
p/ 614.823.1035
f/ 614.823.1921
e/ ctl@otterbein.edu


The CTL Studio
Courtright Memorial Library, 3rd Floor
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.,
or by appointment
p/ 614.823.1064
e/ ctl@otterbein.edu


CTL Staff
Kathryn Plank
p/ 614.823.1034
e/ kplank@otterbein.edu


Colin Saunders
Senior Learning Designer
p/ 614.823.1875
e/ csaunders@otterbein.edu


Peggy McMains
Program Coordinator
p/ 614.823.1035
e/ pmcmains@otterbein.edu


German Vargas Ramos
Learning Design Consultant
p/ 614.823.1065
e/ gvargasramos@otterbein.edu

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