How do I know whether my students are learning? Getting feedback about learning and teaching during your course

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  • Date and time

    2019.07.26 (Fri)   (13:30-15:30)

  • Venue

    Hokkaido University Multimedia Education Building, 3rd floor, Studio-type seminar room

  • Lecturer

    Dr. Nanda Dimitrov (Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Western University, Canada)
    Dr. Beth Hundey (Educational Developer, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Western University)

  • Target

    Those who are belonging to higher education facilities (including graduate-students)

  • Capacity

    80 participants (on a first come first served basis)

  • Language

    English (simultaneous interpretation available)

  • Poster

    Western University × Hokkaido University FD program Poster

 This session focuses on a variety of classroom assessment techniques that faculty can use to check in with students and find out whether students are on the right track, what concepts they find challenging.
 Classroom assessment techniques are a useful tool for instructors in both lecture courses and in courses that rely on student centered, active learning approaches to learning. Instructors will be able to use these in-class feedback strategies to improve learning and the student experience in the course.