Event Description


Good teaching is often associated with clear expectations, and students increasingly want to know what they need to do to be successful. In support, instructors are increasingly asked to define objectives, create grading rubrics, and provide scaffolding as students learn. Simultaneously, most instructors hold independent learning as an ultimate goal, and therefore drive students toward self- assessment.

In this conversation, we'll share ways to advance the progression from "listen-and-regurgitate" to content ownership without overstressing students. Coffee and light refreshments will be available to those who register by Monday, September 25th.  

Date:
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Time:
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Location:
Library East Reading Room
Campus:
Center for Teaching and Learning