“Rubrics for Student Learning, Structuring Faculty Feedback, and Grading Equity”  

Two Part Rubrics Event - co-sponsored by CETL and School of Professional Studies

   Rubrics, when constructed and implemented well, foster transparency in instructors’ learning objectives, create a structured mechanism to provide student feedback on assignments, and enhance equity in grading. This two-part series will prepare instructors to create effective rubrics. Part One will provide the rationale for using rubrics in your courses as well as a high-level description of how to develop rubrics. Professors Gina Abudi, Holly Dolan, and Deb Robertson will share how they develop and use rubrics in their courses. Part Two will be run as a workshop. Instructors will be encouraged to bring examples of assignments and will have time in breakout rooms to work with other faculty as well as staff from ATS and CETL on their rubrics.

  • Part 1: April 15, 2021, 11:45 – 1:15 (will be recorded and made available through CETL and Part-time enterprise faculty resource site on Moodle)
  • Part 2: April 22, 2021, 11:45 – 1:15 (will not be recorded)
Save the date. A link to RSVP will be shared soon.