Assessing Student Online Learning During a Coronavirus Pandemic
Now that you have made the switch to teach your courses online, the next thing on your mind are student assessments. How will assessing student learning differ from what you have done before? In what ways are your assessments the same? In what ways do your assessments reflect meaningful and inclusive pedagogical approaches?
Kaitlin Stack Whitney, Rochester Institute of Technology
Summary of Resources Shared during the Chat
Why to Avoid Time Limited Tests
Policy Against the Use of Plagiarism Detection Software
Privacy and Surveillance Online
Algorithmic Test Proctoring in Higher Education
What If We Didn’t Grade? A Bibliography
Ungrading: What is it and why should we use it?
Characterizing College Science Assessments
Inclusive Teaching Resources & Strategies
What are inclusive assessment practices?
Inclusive Assessment Reflection Activity
Best Practices for Inclusive Assessment
Criterion Referenced Assessment
Assessing Student Learning Online
Big Picture Planning for Student Assessment
Assessing Online Learning: Strategies, Challenges and Opportunities
Q&A: Toward Better Assessments in Online Courses