Assignments and Assessments: Assisting students in making meaning
Tuesday, November 30 and December 7, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. (Des Peres Hall 213)
In this two-part interactive session, we will discuss ways to make our assignments more transparent to students and practice ways to connect these assignments to assessments. In session one, participants will collaborate with others and work independently using the TILT model for assignments. Participants are asked to bring an assignment or assignments they would like to revise or create. In session two, we will discuss and collaborate regarding connecting assessments with assignments, assessment frequency and alternatives to more traditional assessments. For this session, participants will need the assignments from the first session and potential assessments.
We request that registrants be able to attend both sessions. Register here .
James H. Korn Scholarship for Teaching and Learning Ceremony
The Reinert Center is pleased to announce that the winners of this year’s James H. Korn Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award are Kelly M. Everard, Ph.D. and Kimberly Schiel, M.D. from the department of Family and Community Medicine. Please join us as we recognize and celebrate the recipients. New date and time will be announced soon.
Introduction to Online Teaching
The Introduction to Online Teaching is a fully-online asynchronous seminar that provides a pedagogical foundation for Saint Louis University faculty who are new to the online teaching environment. The seminar provides faculty an opportunity to gain the experience of an online “student” and to experience a fully-online course that has been designed to align with the University’s Online Course Design Rubric while developing a plan for an online course.
Current available sections:
- Spring 2022: March 21-April 4
- Summer 2022: July 11-25
The following is a list of asynchronous instructional videos created by the staff of the Reinert Center. We are continuing to develop more videos, so check back often for new offerings.