Date: Thursday, Oct 11, 2018
Library Building 305, Room 514
How much marking is optimal? How many assignments are best for student learning? Could we mark and grade less yet still be respectable? Or more surprising yet: Could less marking and fewer grades be causally related to more student learning? These are just a few of the inquiries you are invited to explore with your VIU colleagues in a “studio” format.
An UnMarking Studio is a meeting of 10-12 faculty in a room where everyone commits to learning and sharing their insights about marking and grading. Sessions are 90 minutes long. During the session participants will identify challenges related to marking and grading, pose questions to deepen collective understanding, and offer solutions for all to draw from.
Audience | Teaching Faculty Members
Dates | Thursday, October 11, 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Location | Nanaimo Campus Library Building 305, Room 514
Registration | https://inviu.viu.ca/TinyUrl.cfm?ID=51
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