PIVOT Webinar: Reconceptualizing Online Assessments
Instructional technologies provide many opportunities to support assessment and track student performance in Blackboard. While low-impact assessments are easily implemented to check knowledge or skills, authentic assessment requires students to perform real-world tasks and apply those knowledge and skills. Join this webinar to discuss the benefits of low-impact, self and peer, and authentic assessments in your online courses. Share your ideas and strategies for designing, delivering, and evaluating student assessment in a virtual environment.
Stay after for a 30-minute deep dive into available technologies at UMBC to support assessment.
Planning Instructional Variety for Online Teaching (PIVOT) is a new professional development program for faculty who wish to take a more deliberate approach to preparing their courses for remote, synchronous and asynchronous, online instruction. Learn more.
This webinar will take place in a Blackboard Collaborate virtual conference room. Use the link below to enter the webinar up to 15 minutes before the start time: http://tiny.cc/TechHel
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