Transparent Assignment Design to Enhance Student Success
Make learning processes explicit
Foster students’ metacognition, confidence and sense of belonging
Benefit underserved and high-achieving students
Join us for a workshop facilitated by Mary-Ann Winkelmes, American Association of Colleges & Universities Senior Fellow and Director of the Transparency in Learning and Teaching Project, via Zoom video conferencing.
|Date||Wednesday, May 11, 2016|
|Time||1:30 to 3:30 p.m.|
|Location||232 DeBartolo Hall|
- Winkelmes Tilt Presentation Slides
- Checklist for Transparent Assignment Design
- Transparent Tuesdays at Two Invitation
- Bibliography (April, 2016)
SUGGESTED BACKGROUND READING
Transparency Project publications are posted with full-text links on the Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Project website.
- Winkelmes, Mary-Ann. “Equity of Access and Equity of Experience in Higher Education.” National Teaching and Learning Forum, 24, 2 (February 2015), 1-4.
- Winkelmes, Mary-Ann. “Transparency in Teaching: Faculty Share Data and Improve Students' Learning.” Liberal Education Association of American Colleges and Universities (Spring 2013).
- AVAILABLE SOON: Winkelmes, Mary-Ann et al. “A Teaching Intervention that Increases Underserved College Students’ Success.” Peer Review(Winter/Spring 2016)