Could we ask students to provide feedback to one another?
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Whose job is it to teach mitosis?
But how deep is that engagement?
Or are they just needless scaremongering?
How can campuses provide some semblance of the campus experience in the age of social distancing?
And then, finally, we’re at the point where people are asking, ‘What if this goes into the fall?
What happens if they’re unable to leverage that close community to attract new students in the fall?
What type of feedback is the most useful in the classroom?
Did the Pandemic Come Out of Nowhere?
Is this assessment model the best for all students, in all situations?
But there’s another aspect that we need to address to fully answer our key question: Is our way of assessing effectiveness toward measuring student progress also helping learning outcomes?
Can a college completion crisis be solved by students sharing their struggles?
What are the questions that need to be asked?
Why are they doing that?
What is it exactly that, in your world, you would hold up as the new badge of success?
Will they receive ongoing support from health and counseling services?
What do we do about grading and make sure the system is equitable while ensuring students more along in their learning?
Why Do We Assess At All?
How do we use our time to elevate one another?
Why do we give every public school child high stakes tests in grades 3 through 8 and once in high school?
What’s the purpose of assessment?