This session will be held on Friday, August 13, 2021 at noon. Candice Rideout (Associate Prof. of Teaching, LFS) and Gregory Paradis (Assistant Prof., Forest Resources Management, Forestry) will be our guest presenters this week.
The recent period of remote teaching has posed many pedagogical challenges, including how (or if) we should administer midterms and final exams. As we prepare for our second Fall term since the start of the COVID pandemic, it is important to reflect upon lessons learned in the last year and a half in order to identify how we can create assessments that are as effective as possible in the upcoming terms.
In this session, Candice Rideout and Gregory Paradis, faculty members from Forestry and LFS, will share their respective experiences and insights resulting from teaching and administering exams in the remote online context and contemplate how exams (and other assessments) can be approached effectively in the upcoming year.
Join Candice and Gregory this Friday at our Lunch & Learn Session to discuss their perspectives and insights on ensuring exams are an effective tool for learning and assessment. To register for this session, please visit https://ubc.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5cscumsqDwrG9OI5NHXco_FeqnmI0pzdWM1.