Assessing collaborative work is a challenge. How do you know who did what for a group assignment, and how do you measure different types of contributions? In this final session, participants discuss classroom techniques, assessment tools, and grading rubrics that can help instructors to fairly evaluate student work on collaborative projects.
This session surveys three ways that video may be used as an effective teaching and learning tool. We’ll address these questions: What are ways that video can be used in our courses? What are some best practices for creating effective educational video content? What software and equipment is required for educational video creation? No previous experience using video in teaching is necessary to participate in this session. Columbia faculty and graduate students from all departments are welcome and encouraged to attend.