COVID-19

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? 

Assessing Student Learning in Remote Contexts

May 11, 2020
Assessing Student Learning in Remote Contexts Perspectives from across the country 

UC Davis faculty, students, staff, and administrators are all learning about what it means to take instruction online in a hurry.  The challenges are very real, as are the stakes. Following are perspectives from faculty and assessment practitioners that shed light on the questions we have. 

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.

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?