The research is in: having a clear purpose, task, and criteria for assignments positively impacts student learning. Yet, assignments too often miss their mark because students misunderstand what’s being asked of them (Winkelmes, 2016). During this session, you’ll engage with peers to evaluate samples and then review and re-fashion one of your own assignments. You will receive pointers and feedback to take with you into the semester. Please bring a laptop and two copies of an assignment to this session.
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This workshop is part of the Teaching for Engagement series for GW faculty members seeking to enhance their skills in the classroom to increase student engagement. Workshops in this series are sponsored by the University Teaching and Learning Center. Other workshops in this Fall 2019 series are Facilitating Meaningful and Engaging Discussions, Spend Less Time Grading: Tips, Tricks, and Rubrics. If you need feedback on assignment or syllabus design, advice on teaching methods, or ideas for new activities, consider booking a consultation with the University Teaching and Learning Center.
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