Tuesday, May 19, 2020

5 options for flexible and empathetic summative assessments - MIKE DI GREGORIO, e-Campus News

I encourage educators to think about active learning activities and to use digital teaching platforms to create engaging and effective learning experiences. As schools began to respond to the pandemic by moving classes online, it became essential to help educators ensure the continuity of their courses. In recent weeks, these efforts have expanded to providing advice on options for delivering assessments remotely. If there was ever a time to add a healthy dose of creativity and compassion to your curriculum, it is now. Empathy for students and delivering an equitable experience should be at the center of whatever choice you make.

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