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Designing and Using Effective Rubrics (Graduate Students)
February 23 @ 10:10 am - 11:40 am
Considering ways to make your assessments more equitable and streamline the grading process? This session will introduce rubrics as a tool for equitable and efficient assessment. Participants will learn to apply an inclusive teaching lens to assessment design and feedback delivery through the development of rubrics. Participants will explore three types of rubrics and try their hand at developing an inclusive rubric for assessing student participation—an area often assessed, but at risk of being inconsistent or following opaque criteria. This workshop is facilitated by Caitlin DeClercq, Center for Teaching and Learning.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
– Apply an inclusive teaching lens to assessment design and feedback delivery
– Define characteristics and qualities of inclusive and effective rubrics
– Distinguish the uses of three types of rubrics
– Develop an inclusive rubric and consider how to mobilize it effectively
Attending this workshop and posting a reflection satisfies the a Pedagogy Workshop requirement for participants in the Teaching Development Program (TDP). See bit.ly/ctl-tdp for details.
Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Contact CTLgrads@columbia.edu for accommodations. This event may be recorded and/or CTL staff may take screenshots. Contact CTLgrads@columbia.edu with any concerns.