Teaching at UW: Promote student achievement through responsive instruction and assessment
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Promote student achievement through responsive instruction and assessment
Student achievement is influenced by many factors. This session explores the role assessment, feedback, and responsive instruction play in supporting and facilitating student learning throughout a course.
Identify assessment strategies that inform course design and provide useful student feedback on their learning.
Review alignment of assessments with course learning outcomes.
Leverage active learning strategies to achieve desired learning outcomes.
Identify feedback approaches that inform and promote student achievement and respond to assessment results.
- In Person Session: PowerPoint presentation
- Virtual Session: Google Slides
- Backward Design Step 5: Identify Evidence of Understanding
- Active Learning
- Article: Blended Learning: a dangerous idea?