Providing students with multiple methods of receiving feedback prior to a mark being assigned to an assessment can help increase the quality of student assignments and learning. Within Canvas students and instructors can benefit from the use of rubrics, peer reviews, and in-line grading (providing feedback with a paper submitted by students). In this session, participants will learn how to set up and use rubrics, peer reviews, in-line grading, and assessment aligned with outcomes to improve the quality of work students submit.
Learning Technology Eco-system Principles
- Active and social
- Designed for reflection and growth
- Designed to enable connection
- Inclusive of learning-centered assessment
Who should take this course: Faculty/Instructors/TAs
Duration: 60 minutes or 90 minutes (more time for questions)
Prerequisites & Preparation
- Participants will need to review materials on rubrics (the what and why of them)
- Participants will need to review materials on peer feedback (the what and why)
- Participants will need to answer the following questions in a Word Doc and be prepared to submit them to me in the training course (during the session) for use in an activity.
- Participants will need to have attended a session or reviewed materials on how to create assignments in general
Registration & Video
Registration is through the Canvas registration system. This system is a separate system that only includes Canvas-related professional learning opportunities. A video version of this session has also been created in case you would rather learn the content on our own.