Learn techniques that will help improve your teaching and your students' ability to learn more effectively. Develop a framework you can use to better identify goals for your students, along with strategies to help them achieve those goals.
Helping Students Learn: Resources, Tools, and Activities for College Educators is a must-have guide for faculty. While the roles in the college classroom often are defined by teachers teaching and students learning, the reality is that not many students have a clear understanding of how to learn.
Using peer assessment, self-assessment, creative coursework design, grading rubrics, and technology, educators can offer meaningful feedback and effective grading approaches in large-section classes. Join us to discover ideas that you will be able to incorporate almost immediately from an educator who has successfully used this approach.
This program offers a realistic and practical alternative to the ever-escalating “cheating wars” that consume so much college and university resources in prosecuting dishonest academic conduct. Implementing the strategies in this presentation can greatly reduce the hassle for instructors and student-support staff of having to go through the paperwork, process, and frustration of responding to academic dishonesty.
Explore ways to communicate about rating results using three scenarios based on common situations, with the goal of making the exchange a constructive conversation about teaching and learning.
Increase student motivation, produce higher-quality student work, and encourage student responsibility and academic integrity, all while making assessment less stressful for students and simplifying the grading process for themselves.
This program explores three conversations faculty might have when discussing course evaluation results—the conversation with one’s self about negative feedback, the conversation with an academic leader about evaluations, and the conversation with students about course ratings.
This white paper prepares you to make changes to your feedback practices, guides you to appropriate technologies, and promotes a holistic feedback approach that can help you shake any negative associations with feedback. After reading this report, you will be ready to immediately save time, improve relationships with your students, and increase learning.
Existing pedagogical approaches to feedback often miss the mark in terms of their effectiveness in improving learning outcomes. 360-degree assessment is a multiple-input approach to feedback that can improve teaching outcomes for instructors and learning outcomes for students, maximize and enhance deep, meaningful learning, and promote achievement for both teachers and students.