Date(s) - Tuesday August 1
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Winton-Scott Hall, Room 115
As we incorporate more student engagement and active learning in our courses—and expect more engagement and responsibility from our students—we need to re-think our evaluation of participation and preparedness, which can often seem subjective and difficult to assess. Common challenges with evaluating participation and preparedness that are addressed in this workshop include:
- How can we really know if students are prepared for class?
- How do we measure quality versus quantity?
- How do we manage and keep track of it all?
You will learn how to put this evaluation in the students’ hands through the use of self-assessment rubrics. We will discuss how the use of such self-assessment rubrics requires students to think critically and reflectively about their own participation and preparedness on a systematic basis, opening avenues for both personal growth and academic development. We will look at various examples of self-assessment rubrics, and discuss important considerations and best practices. This workshop will also include time to begin crafting a rubric you can use this semester.