Assessment for Learning Month

May 2024: Assessment for Learning Month

Throughout the month of May, choose from a range of offerings to accommodate a variety of schedules:

in-person facilitated events | online facilitated events | self-access activities


Feedback strategies: Engaging students in dialogue

Friday, May 24, 2024 10:00to10:30

Part 3: Collaborating on evaluation criteria

How can we engage students with feedback and encourage them to take greater responsibility for their learning before, during, and after assignments? The goal of this 4-part webinar series is to address these concerns with feedback strategies that engage students in dialogue. We will present several strategies suited to writing assignments such as essays, research (term) papers, and lab reports.


View the other webinars in this series (Fridays in May):

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N.B.: You can choose to register for individual webinars or the entire series.

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