Friday, October 26, 2018 at Online
Starts at 2:00 PM · Ends at 2:45 PM, MDT (America/Denver)
When you design your courses with open-ended assignments, students will surprise themselves, and you, with their creative, original work. In this presentation I will outline different options for including open-ended assignments in any kind of class, along with strategies for “feedforward” assessments that encourage risk-taking and revision.
Registration information can be found on the conference page: Surprise! Good Things Happen When Students Get Creative
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- Laura Gibbs
Online Instructor at Univ. of Oklahoma / Arts & SciencesLaura has been teaching fully online courses about mythology and folklore at the University of Oklahoma for 15+ years. Her latest project is a collection of “chain tale” stories from around the world. Remember “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly”? That’s a chain tale, and you can find them all over the world! Visit StoryLab.LauraGibbs.net for more.