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Thursday, December 11 - Grading that Motivates and Retains Students

11:00-12:00 (NISOD)

How we grade says a lot about our teaching philosophy and our priorities in the classroom. In this webinar, we'll investigate how that plays out in student motivation and retention. We'll look at characteristics of effective and ineffective grading. I'll share student feedback and lessons learned from a system I've been piloting for several semesters. Finally, we'll discuss some of the challenges we face with grades and some possible solutions.
Angela Breckenridge, Ph. D., Educator, Curriculum Designer

Webinar will be shown in the TLC at each campus, no RSPV necessary. PCC Librarians will be in attendance at each campus to provide resources and connect with faculty interested in OER. To view webinar from home, go to the NISOD website and click the Register button. When the authentication required window pops up, hit cancel. You will then be prompted to request a password.  Video of the webinar will be available from the NISOD website. 

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