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Rethinking Grading: Summative Assessments and Equity

The sixth video in our series regarding assessment in higher education discusses summative assessment practices and particular issues regarding equity.

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Assessment in Higher Education: Designing Connected Assessments

The fifth video in our series regarding assessment in higher education discusses the concept of connected assessments and their potential to transform the learning environment.

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Assessment in Higher Education: Equitable Assessment Practices

The fourth video in our series regarding assessment in higher education considers formative assessment practices and how they impact equity in student learning.

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Assessment in Higher Education: Formative and Summative Assessment

The third video in a series regarding assessment in higher education discusses the practices of formative and summative assessment, and how they can improve student learning.

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Assessment in Higher Education: Assessment, Testing, and Grades

The second video in a series regarding assessment in higher education briefly discusses the relationship between assessment, testing, and grades.

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Assessment in Higher Education: History and Purpose

First in a series regarding assessment in higher education, this video provides a brief overview of the ways in which assessment has changed over time.

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Designing College Courses: Identify the Desired Results

In the first stage of the Backward Design framework, instructors will learn to create clear, observable, and measurable course outcomes.

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How Will Course Design Help Me with AI?

Recent developments of artificial intelligence are causing college instructors to rethink course design. Clear learning outcomes that align with assessments, instructional strategies, and learning…

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Introduction to Designing College Courses

This video introduces the Backward Design framework for designing college courses.

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Designing College Courses: Plan Learning Experiences and Instruction

The third stage of the Backward Design framework encourages instructors to reflect on teaching strategies and learning activities that align with assessments and course outcomes.

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Designing College Courses: Determine Acceptable Evidence

The second stage of the Backward Design framework helps instructors consider assessments that are authentic, varied, and aligned with course outcomes.

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Developing Students' Writing Skills

Helping students improve as writers can sometimes be challenging, but there are structures you can put in place that will support students as their skills develop.

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Academic Choice

Incorporating academic choice into the selection of course materials, engagement of content, and demonstration of learning can significantly increase motivation and intellectual curiosity.

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Feedback Beyond Grades

Incorporating productive practice with targeted feedback is an essential component of learning.

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Establishing Relevance

Engage students in course content by establishing relevance.

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Focus on Teaching: In-Class Problems

Dr. Seokjhin Kim explains how in-class problems benefit student learning.

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