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There are four fully-online, self-paced modules:
  • Backward Course Design
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  • Student-Friendly Online Courses
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February 2022

Rubrics 101 with a Blackboard Tool Demo

February 3
Microsoft Teams
Free

This workshop explores principles for making rubrics that work and will guide participants in determining whether rubrics are the right solution to the grading or responding challenges they want to address. We will also demonstrate integrating your rubrics into the Blackboard Rubric Tool.

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Rubrics 101 with Blackboard Tool Demo

February 7
Microsoft Teams
Free

This workshop explores principles for making rubrics that work and will guide participants in determining whether rubrics are the right solution to the grading or responding challenges they want to address. We will also demonstrate integrating your rubrics into the Blackboard Rubric Tool.

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The Power of Transparent Assignment Design

February 9
Microsoft Teams
Free 22 spots left

This workshop presents an overview of Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (TILT), an award-winning, scholarly project focused on improving students’ learning experiences. Evidence from a national study shows that when faculty implement small changes to enhance transparency to the design of even just two assignments, there are statistically significant benefits for all students and even larger gains for first-generation students, low-income students, and students of color (Winkelmes et al., 2016).In this workshop, we’ll share examples and a simple framework for transparent assignment design—Purpose, Task, Criteria. You’ll be able to start the groundwork to “TILT” two of your own assignments.

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Rework Your Rubric

February 10
Microsoft Teams
Free

This workshop is a hands-on rubric working session. There will be resources on hand about principles of rubric design, and participants will spend time applying those principles to their own rubrics. Bring an existing rubric and leave with one that better communicates your expectations.

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Rework Your Rubric

February 16
Microsoft Teams
Free

This workshop is a hands-on rubric working session. There will be resources on hand about principles of rubric design, and participants will spend time applying those principles to their own rubrics. Bring an existing rubric and leave with one that better communicates your expectations.

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