Learning can be assessed in many ways. Instructors at McMaster are pushing the boundaries of traditional assessment to explore innovative methods of assessing student progress that promote learning, creativity, and growth.
Join us for an engaging reflection and discussion on the ways in which meaningful, authentic assessments can be created that assess student learning and reimagined the use of traditional assessments this year and beyond. Participants will have an opportunity to hear from panelists and to ask questions during a live Q&A.
This virtual panel series aims to provide a platform for educators to discuss shared challenges, successes and experiences as they engage with the new Partnered in Teaching and Learning Strategy. These meaningful and timely discussions are an opportunity to reflect on what we have learned, what we can build upon and what initiatives can be nurtured in alignment with the strategy to advance teaching and learning at McMaster.
Marika Brown: PhD Candidate, English and Cultural Studies, Faculty of Humanties
Abeer Siddiqui: Learning Support Librarian, School of Interdisciplinary Science, Faculty of Science
Stacey Ritz: Assistant Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences