Classroom Learning Assessment: Identifying Evidence And Using Rubrics
When: February 7th 2pm OR February 9th 12pm
Presenter: Emily Detmer-Goebel
Join us for practical and plainspoken guidance about assessment planning. We will review basic terminology and identify kinds of assessment evidence for your course-level learning outcomes. We’ll discuss the principles of effective evidence as well as the use of rubrics. If you are new to assessment or wish for a refresher on the basics, join with other faculty as we discuss best practices for assessing student learning in your courses.
Supporting Inclusion of College Students with Intellectual And/or Developmental Disabilities
When: February 28, March 13 & 27, 1pm
Presenters: Lori Vincent, Kerri Wolfer, Lisa Claypool, Jason Harris
This workshop series will include strategies and supports to assist postsecondary students with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities be successful on campus. The series will include topics such as: how to use a neuroaffirming approach to education; academic and classroom supports for diverse learners; social supports to help students achieve the campus life they desire; executive functioning strategies to help increase student independence and success; and mental health supports for all students.