Tracy Bastain of Keck Population and Public Health Sciences discusses incorporating team debates, peer reviews, and other non-traditional approaches to assess mastery of course concepts at the August 2022 Faculty Showcase.
Resources: Course design
Rory Lukins from the Dornsife writing program discusses a study on the implementation of contract grading in composition courses at the August 2022 Faculty Showcase on Alternative Assessment
Lori Mesrobian from Dornsife Latin American and Iberian Cultures discusses “ungrading” assignments in language classes at the August 2022 Faculty Showcase on Alternative Assessments
Design and implementation of a clinical reasoning competency assignment for doctoral physical therapy students
Elise Ruckert and Didi Matthews from the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy discuss design, implementation and revision of a clinical reasoning competency assignment for doctoral physical therapy students at the August 2022 Faculty Showcase
Felicia Yeung Tabing from Dornsife Mathematics discusses design, implementation and revision of mastery-based assessment in a mathematics class at the August 2022 Faculty Showcase on Alternative Assessments
Li-Ping Chen from the East Asian Studies Center discusses active learning in humanities courses during the April 2022 Faculty Showcase.
Claire Bono from Viterbi Computer Science discusses conducting a partially flipped classroom in a hybrid setting at the April 2022 Faculty Showcase.
Kimberly Miller from Keck Population and Public Health Sciences presents partnering with JEP for community-based scholarship during the February 2022 CET Faculty Showcase.
A brief description of case study as a teaching method to improve student critical thinking, collaboration, and communication in various disciplines.
A description of instructional scaffolding – the process of breaking an assignment into smaller steps – and options for scaffolding assignments and learning experiences.