When students communicate learning outcomes in language and modalities that are personally relevant do we recognize their brilliance? Are you unsure of how you’d evaluate a TikTok, podcast, or zine? Non-traditional assessments invite students to articulate deep learning in their own voices. This session will explore ways faculty can use learning outcomes and inquiry-based practices to design, revise, and assess creative assignments. We encourage you to bring an assignment to explore how you might revise it with these ideas in mind.
Apply strategies for incorporating inquiry-based, creative assignments that foster meaningful demonstrations of learning outcomes
Build rubrics that effectively assess learning outcomes for diverse modes of communication
Imagine novel approaches to communicating knowledge, concepts, and skills