Multiple Choices: Expanding Your Assessment Toolbox
Facilitated by Dr. Alan Cady and Dr. Barbara Oswald, this timely E-Faculty Working Group (EWG) will provide an opportunity for faculty to explore the dynamic role of alternative assessments for improving student learning and engagement. Participants will discuss and implement strategies for creating accessible and engaging assessments aligned with course learning objectives. Each subsequent session of this EWG will focus on the theory and development of different alternative assessment types, including project-based learning and group discussions, that can inspire connections in knowledge, encourage social interaction, and demonstrate the application of course concepts in real-world contexts. Upon successful completion of the EWG, each participant will receive $250 in professional development funds.
NOTE: The deadline to join this 6-week Summer EWG is Friday, June 11. Virtual synchronous working meetings will then be held weekly beginning June 15 through July 20 for registered participants.
Via Zoom; advance registration required. To apply, connect with Robyn Brown, E-Campus Coordinator for E-Faculty Engagement, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, June 15 at 9:00am to 11:00amVirtual Event