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Thursday, June 9 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Workshop FULL: Designing Effective and Efficient Assessment (9:00 - 12:00) LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

(FULL as of early May) Pre-Registration Required: 30 Participants Maximum
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In a half-day, hands-on session, the UVic team will help participants: decide when to use formative and summative assessment; align their assessments with the course/workshop learning outcomes; ensure that their feedback is effective and efficient; apply best practices in assignment design; determine when and how to use technology to improve their assessments, assignments, and feedback, based on pedagogical principles.

Participants are encouraged to bring their questions, assignments, assessments, etc.  

Presenters
Laurie Waye, Associate Director (Student Academic Success), Learning & Teaching Centre, University of Victoria
Joe Parsons, Associate Director (Curriculum), Learning & Teaching Centre, University of Victoria
Mariel Miller, Department of Technology Integrated Learning, University of Victoria

Speakers
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Mariel Miller

Department of Technology Integrated Learning, University of Victoria
instructor, educational designer, and researcher of technology for self and social regulation of learning and collaboration.
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Joe Parsons

Associate Director (Curriculum), Learning & Teaching Centre, University of Victoria
Joe's training, interest, and professional career have focused on learning and teaching. From the time that Joe was an undergraduate psychology student through graduate school, teaching university courses, counselling university students, to his current post-retirement position working with faculty, Joe has worked to improve student learning and success. Joe's research has focused on what he calls the conditions of learning, and how instructors... Read More →
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Laurie Waye

Associate Director (Student Academic Success), Learning & Teaching Centre, University of Victoria
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Thursday June 9, 2016 9:00am - 12:00pm
Firenze Conference Room (Second Floor)

Attendees (16)