Our FLO MicroCourses are designed to focus on specific topics and learning needs while also developing digital literacy in faculty and educators. Well-designed and well-delivered rubrics are effective tools for evaluation and learning. Join us for this practical FLO MicroCourse that focuses specifically on rubrics. Create a rubric that will clarify course expectations, guide your learners, and assess their progress. Learn what goes into the process, then do it! This course takes place over five days, with a bit of spillover into the weekend to tie up loose ends. The idea is to provide a supportive environment for you to ask questions, take risks, offer advice, and have fun. Total time commitment is approximately 60–90 minutes per day.
There will be one live and interactive Zoom lecture on Monday, June 6, 11 a.m.–noon PT (recorded) and a community of practice session on Friday, June 10, 9–10 a.m. PT.
You will leave this course with:
- A deeper understanding of why we use rubrics, who they are for, and what makes a good one
- New ideas and skills for creating rubrics
- A first draft, with feedback
Your FLO Facilitator
Dr. Nicki Rehn (she/her) is a teaching and learning specialist who has worked in various capacities in Canadian higher education for 12 years. Nicki has been connected with BCcampus since 2019, winning OER grants, delivering workshops, and participating in symposiums and conferences. This will be the fourth time she has facilitated a course as part of the FLO series, and she loves them! Nicki has a doctorate in instructional technology and a master’s degree in curriculum and assessment. She has designed and taught countless assessment courses and workshops for New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, Coast Mountain College, Quest University, BCcampus, Northwest Polytechnic, and Ambrose University. Nicki promotes alternative assessment, assessment for learning approaches, and good rubric design every opportunity she can.
This MicroCourse has a non-refundable registration fee of $25.
This notice is to inform you that this session will be recorded, archived, and made available publicly on BCcampus.ca. By participating in this session, you acknowledge that your participation in this session will be recorded and the recording will be made available openly.