Tuesday, November 15, 2022 | 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm | ZoomAdd to Calendar: Google Outlook Apple
John Beaumont (Academic Literacy and Linguistics)
Hollis Glaser (Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts)
benjamin haas (Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts)
Ungrading aims to reduce the use of traditional, quantified grading in favor of methods such as low-stakes tasks, written and spoken feedback from the instructor and/or student peers, and various approaches to student reflection, self-assessment, and even self-grading.
This event is the second in our Year of Ungrading series. In this session, we will recap the previous discussion, in case you missed it or would benefit from a review. Then, faculty who have used ungrading will share what it looks like in their courses. We will also have an opportunity to share our questions about starting or modifying our ungrading practices.
If you have been thinking about incorporating some form of ungrading into your teaching, please join us for this discussion. We will also have open sessions on ungrading later in the semester, where you’ll be able to try out your ideas about ungrading and how to use it in your courses.