Workshop: Transparency in Assessment: Using Rubrics

March 7, 2014

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Students often lament a lack of understanding why an assignment was graded lower than expected. Do your students know what you anticipate in the assignments they do for your courses? One way to help students perform to the standards you set is to provide a clear rubric for assessment. The benefit to you is easier grading, less time spent on the task, and fewer negative comments from students when they receive your feedback. Explore rubric development and apply the technique immediately to one of your ssignments, then use the rubric tool in Desire2Learn to automate your new rubric.

When: Monday, March 17, 8-noon (Morning refreshments included)
Where: 120 Russell Hall

REGISTER NOW FOR THIS WORKSHOP THAT BRINGS TOGETHER THE PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY OF RUBRICS
Jointly presented by Teaching & Learning Center (T&LC) and Instructional Center for Educational Technologies (ICET)

Register online or phone 608-342-1798 or email tlc@uwplatt.edu


Workshop Agenda:

8 - 9:30 AM Strategy Discussion and Rubric Development
9:30 - 9:45  Break
9:45 - 10:45 Utilizing Competencies and Rubrics Tools in Desire2Learn
10:45 - noon Hands-on,guided session on your selected course

To prepare for the morning workshop sessions, bring a hard copy of one course syllabus (with learning outcomes stated) and assignment descriptions for that course.



 

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