Kazem Alidoost, CITL Grad Affiliate
Armory building, room 428
Graded assignments are outstanding learning opportunities for students. For students to make the most out of these opportunities, we must provide fair and thorough feedback. Unfortunately, giving all of the feedback that we would like can be time-prohibitive. In this workshop, we'll explore ways to grade efficiently while continuing to be fair and thorough.
This is a TA-to-TA workshop, offered by one of CITL' Graduate Affiliates.
Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning
The Innovation Studio is a new CITL collaborative learning space aimed at transforming the undergraduate educational experience. With a large video wall and interactive touchable, the room will function as a student-centered, high-tech ideation and visualization space as well as a 25-person classroom for three select courses per term.
The Innovation Studio has been designed to collect and analyze data about student learning in collaborative, project-based environments. We look forward to partnering with interested faculty to design and develop research initiatives aimed at understanding how students learn through peer interaction, self-directed exploration, and purposeful metacognitive reflection.
Fall 2017 Events