Teaching, Learning, and Assessing in Remote Learning Environments
Join us for a conversation about teaching, assignments, learning, and assessment processes with an eye toward maintaining quality and equity in online environments.
April 3, 2020
Learning environments and campus structures are undergoing rapid adaptation. Your plans for your spring and summer courses have been upended. But human cognition and the essentials of how learning works haven’t changed. As you work to maintain quality in the midst of rapid course redesign, don’t let the perfect get in the way of the good. Indeed, there may even be opportunities to reflect on how the challenges you face may actually help illuminate equity issues that could lead to improved learning for all your students. Join us for a conversation about teaching, assignments, learning, and assessment processes with an eye toward maintaining quality and equity in online environments.
Kate Drezek McConnellAssistant Vice President for Research and Assessment and Director of VALUE Institute, AAC&U
C. Edward WatsonAssociate Vice President for Quality, Pedagogy and States Initiatives Office of Quality, Curriculum, and Assessment and Chief Information Officer, AAC&U
Robert (Rob) Maribe BranchProfessor of Learning, Design, and Technology & Associate Department Head of Career and Information Studies, University of Georgia
Tammie Lea CummingAssociate Provost and Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
Bethan L. MillerDirector of Institutional Research, Mary Baldwin University
Bonnie OrcuttProfessor of Economics, Worcester State University