Grading and Feedback

Using the Canvas Gradebook

school-grade-a(school-science)9-7-21 Presenters shared Canvas grade book management tips that help save time and effort and increase the accuracy of grading.

Using Repeated Practice

Learn how repetition can help students master the basics with featured instructor Rebecca Roston.

Scaffold final projects to improve learning

Learned from featured instructor Leah Sandall about how to use the scaffolding technique in teaching

Developing an Undergraduate Learning Assistant Program

3-29-21 Participants learned how to establish and manage an undergraduate teaching assistant program to support the needs of their course or program.

More reps for better learning

Cal Garbin makes extensive use of large question banks to provide opportunities for his students to do enough reps that they develop invaluable skills

Strategies for Faculty Efficiency: Grading and Time Management

7-31-20 Participants learned how to decrease time spent on grading such as developing useful rubrics and keeping a list of frequent comments.

Proctoring Decision Tree

Considering proctoring exams? Use this helpful decision tree to find the best method to use with your class.

Moving Beyond Exams

7-14-20 This webinar discussed how the use of alternative assessments can foster unique experiences and a conducive environment for academic growth.

Academic Integrity and Assessment Workshop

7-10-20 Participants gained a greater understanding of their colleagues' experiences with academic integrity and assessment.

Geppert puts Canvas peer review to the test

John Geppert, professor of finance and director of assessment, believes peer review may offer a way to include more writing practice in more courses

Rethinking Assessment of Hands-On Learning

There is no way to replace the valuable experience that students get in a hands-on course environment, but there are alternatives

Rethinking your Syllabus: Specifications Grading

In specifications grading there are no points – just a two-level grading structure that would be categorized such as pass/fail or satisfactory/unsatisfactory.

Mapping Learning Goals Using the iTGI Tool

The Interactive Teaching Goals Inventory tool provides instructors with a valuable resource to align their learning goals with various assessment techniques.

Additional Materials - Assessment

Need a new read? Check out the Center for Transformative Teaching's library and recommended readings.

Fresh Voices on Assessment

Highlighting recent publications, the Fresh Voices section of the Knute Broady Collection aims to showcase the work of emerging scholars. 

Key Resources for Fall 2020

As faculty prepare for their courses, the following resources may be of interest - each resource page has links to more related resources.

Remote Teaching Assessment Guide

Moving to remote teaching provides you an opportunity to rethink some of your assessments. This guide will discuss various ways that you can assess students in an online environment.

Assessing Student Learning

Assessing student's learning involves asking what your students need to know or be able to do? and What would be the best evidence of progress?

Assessment: Measuring Learning

Assessment is how an instructor learns what a student does or does not know about the course material.

Integrating Technology

Knute Broady Collection: Ideas for Integrating Technology.

Database of formative assessment strategies

The strategies described in detail in Angelo and Cross (1993) are primarily designed for in-person classrooms but, most are easily adapted to online.

Assessment Techniques

Knute Broady Collection: Ideas for Assessment Techniques.

Summative Assessment Ideas

Knute Broady Collection: Ideas for summative assessment.

Formative Assessment Ideas

Knute Broady Collection: Ideas for Formative Assessment.