We usually think of assessments as those that come at the end of a section of material, such as major exams, papers, and projects and count for a significant portion of the grade--what we call "high stakes" assessments. Yet, how well do we prepare students for those high stakes assessments? What low stakes assessments can we give to let students (and you!) know how deeply they're getting the concepts? In this workshop, we will explore a number of classroom assessment techniques that will provide meaningful assessment of student learning without adding significantly to grading time.
This workshop is held in two sessions:
Tuesday, March 20,12:00-1:20pm
Tuesday, March 27 12:00-1:20pm
Registration for the first session will serve as registration for the subsequent session.