Date: Friday March 17, 2017
Location: Monroe Hall 134
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As instructors, we know students are able to learn and develop more effectively if they receive frequent and focused feedback; we also know that evaluating their learning is a necessary part of teaching. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to turn the unavoidable and often time-consuming tasks of feedback and grading into a beneficial learning experience, both for you and your students. You’ll come away from the workshop with concrete ideas for making feedback and grading, in all types of learning environments, both efficient and valuable.
This workshop will be held in Monroe 134 on Friday March 17 from 2-3:30PM