"Are They Getting It?": Low-Stakes Ways to Gauge Student Learning
Session Format: In-Person
Intended Audience: Graduate Student Instructors, Undergraduate Instructional Aides
Facilitators: Lauren Biernacki, Nicholas Diskerud
Session Abstract: Classroom assessment techniques (CATs) are quick and useful ways to gather information on what, how much, and how well students learn. Instructors can use the data to create more effective learning environments. Participants in this in-person session will experience several types of CATs and strategize ways to use CATs in their own classes.