Three ungrading advocates will discuss the historical roots and equity implications of assessment practices. The presenters will share their journeys in ungrading, including the purpose behind designing their systems, their trial and error iterative processes, lessons learned, and student feedback. Participants will be provided with resources for implementing components of their systems in their own courses, have an opportunity to examine their own grading and assessment policies, and develop a plan for modifying a component of their systems.
In this workshop, you will:
1. Analyze the historical roots and equity implications of grading
2. Identify strategies for equitizing their own grading policies
3. Discuss how to prepare students to engage in no-points grading
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