MemberFebruary 8, 2021 at 8:40 pm
No I haven’t checked out the course yet, but attended your session during the summit this year! I will add it to my to-do list.
I saw something recently about marking students based on their performance of outcomes, creating a scale of proficiency for each outcome, rather than assigning grades based on correctness of assignments and tests. I love the idea, and think this is how students should be assessed (in a perfect world), but am scared off by the time it will take to implement – at first, and on an on-going basis. I worry that reviewing every question for every student to see if they’ve improved on that skill will take up more time that I have to spare. And I’m not sure that I am completely in love with our program of studies outcomes either.