May
13
When: Thursday, May 13, 2021, 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Repeats every day every Monday and every Tuesday and every Wednesday and every Thursday and every Friday until Thu May 13 2021.
Where:
Add to CalendarLiberate Learning: How to Untangle the Web of Feedback and Grading05/13/2021 09:00 AM05/13/2021 04:00 PMMM/DD/YYYYAmerica/VancouverMarking and grading habits can—through the best of intentions—become a web of entanglements that eat up our time, constrict our creativity, and even inhibit student learning. To extricate ourselves, it helps to sort out the individual threads of assessment, feedback, and evaluation, in order to unravel the impenetrable knot they can form over time. The “Liberate Learning” project is designed to support this process.Participants in this two-day project will focus on a single course and undertake a ground-level assessment of their feedback and grading habits. The purpose is to strip away practices that have the least impact on student learning, and replace them with a focused, succinct feedback and evaluation strategy that feeds student motivation while making faculty work more effective and manageable.Additional details can be found at https://wordpress.viu.ca/ciel/2021/03/26/unmarking-institute-2020-at-viu/To make a request to participate in this project, please visit our “request for participation” page at https://viusurveys.limequery.com/631332?lang=en.Date: Wednesday, May 12 and Thursday, May 13, 9:00 am – 4:00 pmQuestions: ciel@viu.ca | Centre for Innovation and Excellence in LearningfalseaYqCFcQpUzxLBYhTummH26494

Marking and grading habits can—through the best of intentions—become a web of entanglements that eat up our time, constrict our creativity, and even inhibit student learning. To extricate ourselves, it helps to sort out the individual threads of assessment, feedback, and evaluation, in order to unravel the impenetrable knot they can form over time. The “Liberate Learning” project is designed to support this process.

Participants in this two-day project will focus on a single course and undertake a ground-level assessment of their feedback and grading habits. The purpose is to strip away practices that have the least impact on student learning, and replace them with a focused, succinct feedback and evaluation strategy that feeds student motivation while making faculty work more effective and manageable.

Additional details can be found at https://wordpress.viu.ca/ciel/2021/03/26/unmarking-institute-2020-at-viu/

To make a request to participate in this project, please visit our “request for participation” page at https://viusurveys.limequery.com/631332?lang=en.

Date: Wednesday, May 12 and Thursday, May 13, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Questions: ciel@viu.ca | Centre for Innovation and Excellence in Learning