Faculty Perspectives

Richard Kim Talks About Assessment

June 01, 2020
Become a better teacher

Richard Kim, Professor of Asian American Studies, explains how focusing on student learning outcomes helped him "learn to be a better teacher."

Mona Monfared: Assessment of Student Learning (COVID-19)

May 15, 2020
Assessment of Student Learning in Remote Teaching and Learning Contexts A catalyst for lasting changes.

By Mona Monfared, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Molecular & Cellular Biology

Q: How have you reconsidered your (course level) assessment plans in light of the remote teaching and learning context? 

Tessa Hill: Assessment of Student Learning (COVID-19)

April 24, 2020
Assessment of Student Learning in Remote Teaching and Learning Contexts Increased Flexibility, New Assignments, Adapted Group Work

By Tessa Hill, Professor of Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences

Q: How have you reconsidered your (course level) assessment plans in light of the remote teaching and learning context?

A: I have made several changes to my assessment in my upper division course (70 students) this quarter.

Anne Todgham Talks About Assessment

April 10, 2020
Focus on what matters

Anne Todgham, Associate Professor of Animal Science, explains how investing time to think about assessment allows her to approach her teaching more creatively, while also focusing on what matters most.

 

Heather J. Hether Talks About Assessment

April 03, 2020
Understand what students are learning

Heather J. Hether, Associate Professor of Teaching Communication, explains how clarifying and communicating her goals for student learning supports students and provides her valuable and actionable information about student achievement in her courses.

Mark Verbitsky: Assessment of Student Learning (COVID-19)

April 03, 2020
Assessment of Student Learning in Remote Teaching and Learning Contexts Focus on More Formative Assessments

By Mark Verbitsky, Assistant Professor of Teaching Political Science

Q. How have you reconsidered your course-level assessment plans in light of the remote teaching and learning context?