CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19: : ACT: Grading for Learning (Required)
***This workshop is currently full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will notify you if a spot opens up. If there is sufficient demand, we will consider scheduling another offering of this workshop this semester.***
Grades can be a significant source of feedback, both evaluating performance and guiding future learning. They can also be a source of doubt and anxiety -- for both students and instructors. In this session, we will consider how learning science and psychology encourage us to think differently about how we approach grading. And we’ll talk about practical strategies -- including the use of rubrics -- for grading more consistently, effectively, and efficiently. This seminar will cover some of the material previously included in the “Grading Fairly” session. Francesca Minonne will facilitate this session. Lunch will be provided. Enrollment is limited; please register as soon as possible, but no later than March 16th.
Though this workshop starts at 12, please plan to arrive early so that you have enough time to get your lunch and get settled before the facilitator begins the session. Please note that those who miss more than ten minutes of a session will not receive ACT credit for that workshop.
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