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Introduction to the VALUE Rubrics: An Authentic Approach to Assessment
with Jessica Chittum, Kate D. McConnell

Learn how the American Association of Colleges and Universities’s (AAC&U) VALUE rubrics can help you evaluate students’ performance reliably and verifiably across 16 cross-cutting learning outcomes that underpin liberal education.

An Introduction To The Concept Of Privilege
with Abby L. Ferber

This course explores the concept of privilege and how it impacts on educational experiences so we can build more inclusive classrooms.

The Role of Structure in Inclusive Teaching 
with Viji Sathy, Kelly Hogan

Who is left behind by the decisions you make in teaching? Bring more equity to your course using structured course design and facilitation.

Applying the Science of Motivation to Teaching
with Sarah Rose Cavanagh

Faculty could greatly benefit from a primer on aspects of motivation science relevant to the classroom, including self-determination theory, achievement motivation, and goal setting.

An Introduction to Experiential Education
with Patrick M. Green, Cynthia P. Stewart, Lark Hovey

Experiential education is learning through an experience and reflection on that experience. This introduction explains the function, value and characteristics of experiential education and offers some ideas for how to apply this approach in your context.

Designing HyFlex Courses
with Brian Beatty

HyFlex (hybrid-flexible) courses are multi-modal courses which offer students the choice of online or classroom-based learning. This course explains the design principles and suggests ways to get started.

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University of South Florida
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California State University Channel Islands
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Oakton College
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Missouri University of Science and Technology
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University of South Florida
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Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health
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Dalton State College
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Aims Community College

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