Thanks to all who joined the session on @hypothes_is for @SDCCD DE week!— Mary Klann, PhD (@mcklann) April 22, 2021
My slides from the workshop are available here: https://t.co/072Ns7JgKH. (Hypothesis enabled for annotation!)
(All conversations I've been having lately about teaching eventually lead to #ungrading.) pic.twitter.com/r9NpSQ7Vub
USNH Academic Technology Institute Presents the 2019-20 Open Ed Webinar Series The next in the series is Feb 6 at 7:00 pm - Ungrading: Pedagogical Possibilities for Going Beyond the Grade. Hosted by Robin DeRosa of Plymouth State University. Register here!
These webinars are designed for past and present ATI Ambassadors as a way to continue our learning and sharing help keep us current on trends in Open Education. At ATI 2019, ambassadors identified key areas of interest that they wanted to learn more about and explore more in depth.
I’ve been teaching for more than 27 years, but it is just in the last five that I stopped grading traditionally, and so I am what some may call an “un-grader”. But the thing is, if you work in an institution where your job is to assign final grades at the end of the semester like I do, then you are still a grader.
There are always lessons to be learned.
I’m committed to playing the long game of learning, rather than the short game of schooling. ❧
–December 10, 2019 at 06:55AM
At the June 4 meeting of the Tackling a Wicked Problem instructors group, we were asked to develop an action plan to lay out things we need to learn about and/or do between now and our next meeting on July 30. Here is my action plan.