The move to remote instruction presents unique challenges to assessing student learning, as instructors adapt traditional assessments to be administered online. But this disruption also provides an opportunity to reimagine assessment—even beyond remote learning.
This three-part seminar series will provide participants with practical techniques to design quality, authentic assessments. The first session discusses ways to foster academic integrity when designing assessments. The second session will explore a variety of options for nontradional assessment, and the final session will provide practical strategies for desinging rubrics. Facilitators will be available for Q & A at the end of each session.
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February 26, 2021
March 3, 2021
March 12, 2021
March 16, 2021
Rubrics for Teaching
March 26, 2021
March 31, 2021
We are pleased to publish recordings from our seminar series, Accessible and Inclusive Learning Experiences. This three-part series is designed to provide participants with practical techniques to create accessible and meaningful learning experiences. During each session we are joined by Phil Deaton, the U-M ITS Digital Information Accessibility Coordinator. We appreciate the expertise Phil brings to each session.
We are pleased to publish recordings from our seminar series Engaging Classroom Discussions. This three-part seminar series provides viewers with practical techniques to design quality, engaging discussion activities. The first session discusses ways to design thought-provoking questions and facilitate discussions. The second session explores a variety of discussion tools available to LSA faculty, and the third session shares evidence based strategies and discussion activities to engage students in course materials.