As we develop new ways of educating students in and out of the classroom and as our educational goals expand to include a range of transdisciplinary skills, we need to develop new learner-centered ways of evaluating students’ knowledge and capabilities. In this quick bite, we will review ways of developing or modifying assessments of student learning in order to yield results that better represent the achievements of all students. Lunch will be provided.
Recommended for: Northeastern University educators interested in assessing student learning in curricular or co-curricular courses or programs.
For Future Faculty Program participants, this session fulfills the “Diversity & Inclusion Teaching” or “Assignments & Assessment” requirement.