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Course Description

Course Design Conversations Series: Strategies for In-Person Teaching and Learning, invites you to join in conversations with peers about teaching in the classroom. With the return to classroom instruction there are opportunities and challenges such as connecting remote students, new classroom technology, and engaging students in meaningful discussions.  Each session will have a guest presenter to share their experiences, engage in discussions and explore strategies for effective classroom teaching and learning. 

Participants will have opportunities to: 

  • Apply practical strategies to your own classroom instructional needs. 
  • Engage in meaningful discussions with colleagues 
  • Explore the latest trends in classroom instruction to best support student learning 

Please note: Registration will close 48 hours before each workshop. Participants will receive relevant Zoom information via email at least 1 hour before the designated start time.

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Type
Online
Days
T
Time
12:00PM to 1:00PM
Dates
Mar 14, 2023
Schedule and Location
Hours
1.0
Course Fees
No Cost non-credit $0.00
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Section Notes

Approaches to Ungrading

Guest Presenters: Derritt Mason & Morgan Vanek

Description: Over the last few years, ‘ungrading’ — an approach to assessment that de-centres grades, privileging instead student labour and formative feedback — has become both an increasingly common practice in postsecondary classrooms and the subject of increasing controversy in popular and scholarly publications concerned with teaching and learning.

What does it mean to have ‘completed’ an assignment? How can this approach work in classes that require demonstrated mastery of core disciplinary skills? What does an ungraded final exam look like? Along with a brief introduction to ungrading, this workshop is intended to offer participants an opportunity to work through some of these questions, and to collaborate with colleagues in other fields to identify solutions that could work in each of their courses.

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