Assessment Design: Perspectives and Examples Informed by Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
June 15, 2021
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Center for Teaching, Learning & Innovation (CTLI) is offering a series of faculty development workshops to expand the application of UDL Principles, specifically in the area of public safety. The series consists of three workshops and this is the third in the series.
In our teaching, we use assessment to understand our learners’ progress of learning more thoroughly. In this workshop, we consider how we, as educators, can design assessments to be more inclusive, accessible, and engaging for our students. We also look at several examples in our JIBC courses and consider what features and characteristics can help us recognize and design UDL assessments in our own courses.
This Workshop will take place online. After registration we will send you a link to the virtual session.
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Junsong Zhang and Seanna Takacs
Seanna Takacs UDL Consultant, Ph.D in Educational Psychology Seanna has extensive experience in UDL, accessibility services, and teaching in post -secondary settings. Junsong Zhang Instructional Designer, CTLI MEd. MDM Junsong is experienced in user-centered learning design, educational technology, and faculty development. Jun and Seanna will be accompanied by colleagues from JIBC’s Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Innovation.
Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Innovation at Justice Institute of BC
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This is event is free
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