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self reflection

Step 1 - In writing, describe how you assess your students either online (if you teach online) or in a face-to-face format.

In your description please address the following questions:

  • Why did you choose that particular form of assessment?
  • What do you (and your students) do with the results of the assessment?

Step 2 - Read this excerpt from an article by by Gulikers et al. (2004). 


For your own workshop 

Step 1 - record a video and post it to the learning management system that you are using. 

Set a deadline to post a view each other’s videos.

Step 2 -  Reading and questions for discussion

Before your session, read the following articles and write a question to discuss with the rest of the participants in discussion board groups.

Teaching Online Will Make You a Better Teacher in Any Setting

5 Takaways From My Covid-19 Remote Teaching

Bonus track:

5 Low-Tech, Time-Saving Ways to Teach Online During Covid-19

Step 3 - Set up a video conference meeting.  Divide into small groups of three of four participants.  Discuss to what extent the assessment practices that you described in the previous step of this module match what Gulikers et al. (2004) propose. 

Use a collaborative tool like Google Docs or Padlet to document your discussion.  

Last Updated: 4/20/21