Alternative Forms of Assessment and Understanding Your Investment Options Podcasts

Alternative Forms of Assessment

The workshop will proceed from the following question: What is the purpose of assessment and how do you use it throughout your class and course?

Debra Zinicola will focus on the development and refinement of a rubric. What can we learn from an assessment tool like this? When does it work and when might you need a modified version?
Lauren McFadden will focus on formative assessment throughout a class period, checking for understanding, to inform next steps in teaching on the spot and in the future. The Plickers app will be shared as an example of how she regularly checks on the readiness of her students to move forward within a class period.
Grace May will focus on knowing your students and creating assessments that respect both the content and the learners.

Understanding Your Investment Options

Presenters: Kurt Rotthoff, Assoc. Professor of Economics and Legal Studies
Recently, Vanguard funds were added to the TIAA funds available to Seton Hall employees for investment.
This session will provide information about this change and help you understand your investment options.
(This session is not for the purpose of providing investment advice; it is purely informational.)
This event is sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development

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