This resource provides tips for streamlining grading and making student assessment and feedback more efficient.
This resource provides considerations for converting assessments that require proctoring or time-intensive grading typically done by TAs to shorter, or more automated options.
A collection of example rubrics for grading assignments or evaluating/giving feedback on student work.
This video, presented by CET, provides a brief introduction to AI generators with considerations and examples of how these tools can be incorporated into assignments to advance student learning.
This resource provides tips and considerations for instructors to reduce grading workload, improve efficiency, and attend to their own wellbeing, particularly at the end of a semester, by revising course design, assignments, or teaching practices.
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.
Susan Berg of Bovard College discusses an interactive approach to assessment at the August 2022 Faculty Showcase.
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