Ungrading is a new, research-driven, experience-based book that explores the process of going gradeless by changing how we assess and evaluate student learning. It contains essays from fifteen educators across a range of disciplines and institutions, most of whom are recognized pedagogical experts. Including both reflections and strategies, the book is an extremely helpful way to rethink not just how we assess learning, but also how we conceptualize both our pedagogical practices and also instructor-student relationships.
There will be a book discussion for interested faculty and staff on Tuesday, April 27 from 11:10-12:20 via Zoom. Dr. Susan Blum, the editor of the book, will be joining us for the discussion. Copies of the book will be provided prior to the discussion to those who need them. Due to the interactive nature of the event, there are very limited spots available, so please respond to reserve your spot.
If you wish to participate, please contact Lavanya Murali at firstname.lastname@example.org