Summary and reflection

In this final week of the course we looked at some basic principles of good assessment design.

In Designing assessment as learning Marva talked about the benefits of including students in assessment design and getting their input into the rubric. Tina raised a good point about the value of reflecting on how we’re going after we’ve taught a class and using our reflections to improve the next iteration of a course. Along with reflection, getting informal feedback from students during a course can also provide useful insights into future improvements.

Thanks to those who have contributed their experiences and ideas over the past three weeks. We hope you have taken away something that can inform your practice.

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We look forward to seeing you in the third course Introduction to Enhancing Design in Higher Education.

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