How do we best evaluate our students in a remote setting? As we near the end of the semester, we have to make pedagogical decisions about the best way to assess course learning outcomes to adapt to the remote format. This may include final projects, written assignments, and tests. Academic integrity in the remote environment is always a topic of conversation. Will students be tempted to cheat on exams or assignments? What’s the best way to fairly assess our students in a remote or online setting?
Our panel will explore best practices for remote proctoring, including Zoom and Blackboard, and how to evaluate student learning in an accessible way.
Please join us Wednesday, May 6, at 12:00-1:00 PM for a Zoom conversation. Please be sure you are signed into Zoom with your official MCC Zoom account, and use this link to join the meeting.
All faculty and staff are welcome. Questions? Please contact Amy Burtner at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is designed to meet the following goals of the Teaching and Creativity Center's programming:
- Create a supportive academic environment that meets individuals where they are, helps them improve and recognizes teaching excellence
Promote evidence-based, high-impact, innovative teaching strategies and support course design and implementation to improve student retention and learning
These goals correspond to the following outcomes for faculty: