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Developing Assignments and Student Assessments in Asynchronous Online Settings - Focus on STEM - Shared screen with gallery view
Ken Kodama
17:16
fully remote
Jennifer Gross
17:17
remote
Samantha Miller-Brown
17:19
Fully remote
David Johnson
17:21
Fully remote.
Kathy Iovine
17:23
fully remote
Judy McDonald
17:28
fully remote
Steven Weintraub
17:35
one remote, one ?
Troy Adair
17:36
Fully remote: async w/ optional sync labs
Mark Erle
17:36
One course hybrid, one course fully remote
Jim Roberts
17:50
All three!
Siddha Pimputkar
18:03
Fully remote
Terry Theman
18:10
Fully Remote
Ray Pearson
18:13
fully remote
Ginny McSwain
18:18
fully remote
George Witmer
18:18
Remote, hybrid
Eric Daniels
18:20
Fully remote
Richard Kish
29:39
What do you do with exams for students that cannot attend class during the normal class times?
Cristina Koorie
34:45
Hello @Richardkish If you create your exam in course site you can restrict the exams at different times to different students so it is only available in certain windows.
Gregory Reihman
35:09
Richard: For the kind of oral exam Shamim is talking about, I would think you could schedule individually. Also, that is one benefit of an asynchronous quiz
Gregory Reihman
35:18
Which Christina just mentioned, too….
Gregory Reihman
35:40
We can address some alternate approaches for timed synchronous exams at the end of this session.
Shamim Pakzad
38:00
@RichardKish we scheduled the exam on a day when we normally would have a class, but the duration of the exam (for me and TA) was much longer than the typical 75 minute class time. I gave them a 7 hour interval (doodle poll) to pick a 20 minute slot from, with a few breaks for us to catch up if needed. If anyone would not be able to make it during that time, we could schedule it at another time.
Terry Theman
43:49
Would it be possible for Christina Haden to share her Grading Rubric?
Christina Haden
45:06
I will be happy to share my grading rubric!
Gregory Reihman
46:56
Christina: Feel free to post a link here if you have one, or send it to me and I can share with the registrants.
Gregory Reihman
50:11
Thanks, Shamim—that was great and I’m happy you shared the suggestion for oral exams—time intensive for you but what a great way to connect with students and give them a chance to show their learning.
Gregory Reihman
50:40
Thanks, Christina, the project-based approach is really powerful —it’s a great way to invite individual creativity and encourage synthesis across many topics in the semester. And the rubric helps students grasp what matters most.
Gregory Reihman
52:22
Richard Kish: these things Jim is talking about gets at your question of how to accommodate students who can’t be online during class for a synchronous exam
Christina Haden
53:48
Here is a link to the grading rubric: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10o-XmkF31_l3zGxKal969tUhhzr6_jRu-Cjoh7fn_Sg/edit?usp=sharing
Gregory Reihman
55:51
Thanks, Jim. I liked how you are combining a number of different assignments/approaches, some that are efficient and will save you time, others that take longer but get at important parts of your course.
Gregory Reihman
58:46
Ginny gave a great talk in the spring that walks through her approach in greater detail. It’s recorded online here: https://citl.lehigh.edu/citl-faculty-workshops-making-rapid-transition-online-teaching#assessing
Stephen Sakasitz
59:15
Course Site Quiz Building: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Course+Site+-+Quizzes
Gregory Reihman
01:03:41
CITL can help! If you if you need help creating a quiz bank, please complete this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScg41EJ1TYP_RB9v_Eb2TGUVmmNWHL5ka9xtJQ-7iQ-QARQIw/viewform
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:05:57
Link on Quiz development best practices from CITL - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/KQP5Bg
Gregory Reihman
01:11:18
Thank you, Ginny, so many good ideas and suggestions.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:14:15
Information on how to use Piazza - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/ehf4Ag
Gregory Reihman
01:15:27
Thank you, Houria, Those all sound like great approaches. You’re creating assessments that test the most important things for your course…while still being flexible for your students.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:15:58
You can embed quizzes in Panopto and review who has watched your lecture. https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/sJu2B
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:22:03
Excellent job - thank you to all our wonderful presenters. Great information for all of us.