The No Test Revolution: Student-Choice Module Assignments and Student-Authored Rubrics
In this workshop Annie will describe her transition away from exams and quizzes to student choice module assignments and student-authored rubrics. She will share the rationale behind this change, lessons learned over the past year, and the impact it has had on student motivation and success.
- Describe the benefits of student choice assignments over exams and quizzes and how this approach increases critical thinking, student motivation, and inclusivity
- Describe the benefits of rubrics and how their use connects to student motivation, class climate, and inclusivity
- Apply elements of student choice assignments and student-authored rubrics to any course
Lunch will be provided.
This workshop aligns with the feedback and assessment domain of the teaching effectiveness framework.
This workshop is open to all CSU faculty, staff, and graduate students. It counts as one workshop towards the TILT teaching certificate.