Proposal Title

Video Assignments: Assessing Learning without papers

Presenter Information

Jay Goddard, Thompson RiversFollow

Presentation Type

Regular Presentation

Location

OM 3782

Start Date

18-2-2020 2:10 PM

End Date

18-2-2020 2:50 PM

Proposal Abstract

This presentation will focus on the use video and presentation software as a means of assessing student learning. For a number of years the presenter has assigned students in an introductory Interpersonal communication course, an assignment requiring them to create a self contained demonstration of relevant themes and topics. Working in teams, students also self- assess meta competencies related to communication and team work. This presentation will share the process, the pitfalls and discuss strategies for academic rigor based on a number of years of assigning this to students. Select samples of student work will be showcased.

Statement

This presentation reflects the themes of engagement, exploration and connection as these elements are all essential components of the the assignment process. It also reflects a broader shift towards audio visual engagement and universal design as this type of assignment is accessible to students with literacy challenges.

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Feb 18th, 2:10 PM Feb 18th, 2:50 PM

Video Assignments: Assessing Learning without papers

OM 3782

This presentation will focus on the use video and presentation software as a means of assessing student learning. For a number of years the presenter has assigned students in an introductory Interpersonal communication course, an assignment requiring them to create a self contained demonstration of relevant themes and topics. Working in teams, students also self- assess meta competencies related to communication and team work. This presentation will share the process, the pitfalls and discuss strategies for academic rigor based on a number of years of assigning this to students. Select samples of student work will be showcased.