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    • 04 Mar 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • via Zoom
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    Going Gradeless: Exploring Ungrading as an Assessment Innovation to Enhance Student Outcomes

    March 4, 2024

    12noon to 1PM Eastern

    This session will focus on the presenter’s experience with ungrading in psychology courses over the past 2 years. After defining ungrading, the presenter will share how and why she implemented this practice, along with research on student perceptions of ungrading and lessons learned through this journey. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on and reimagine their relationship with grades and grading.


    Laurel McNall, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, SUNY Brockport

    Laurel A. McNall, Ph.D. is a Professor in the Psychology Department at SUNY Brockport. Her research explores the application of psychological principles to the world of work, and she has published in the areas of work-life enrichment, organizational justice, and electronic performance monitoring. Her interest in high quality, innovative, and transformative experiences inside and outside the classroom resulted in a 2020 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. More recently, Dr. McNall started using alternative grading methods in her psychology courses and is leading an Ungrading Faculty Learning Community at SUNY Brockport.

    Cost this event is free for NEean members, and costs $15 for non-members.  

    An email will be sent to registrants on March 1

    with log in information for the webinar.

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    • 22 Mar 2024
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • via Zoom
    • 56

    2024 NEean Dialogues in the Disciplines

    March 22, 2024 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM Eastern

    via Zoom

    Generative AI: A New Lens on Innovating Teaching, Learning, and Assessment

    You're invited to join us for a thought-provoking session on: "Generative AI: A New Lens on Innovating Teaching, Learning, and Assessment." As we navigate the dynamic landscape of education in the 21st century, the emergence of Generative AI presents a unique opportunity to redefine the paradigms of teaching, learning, and assessment. This year’s NEean Dialogues in the Disciplines delves into exploring the role of Generative AI in reshaping the landscape of educational assessment. We aim to explore how faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and students are leveraging Generative AI in teaching, learning, and assessment with practical examples and case studies, investigating its potential to enhance objectivity, efficiency, and inclusivity.

    Attendees will gain insights into the evolving dynamics between educators and Generative AI, and how to address challenges and opportunities associated with this transformative shift. Together, we will learn how educators can harness the power of Generative AI to revolutionize education, foster student success, and prepare learners for the AI-driven future.

    Schedule Overview:

    10:00 - 10:15 AM:   Welcome and Opening Remarks

    10:15 - 11:15 AM:   Keynote Address by Dr. Joseph Levy,

                                   Empowering Education: Leveraging AI for Teaching,  Learning, and Assessment

    11:15 - 11:30 AM:   Break   

    11:30 - 1:00 PM:     Workshop conducted by Dr. Natasha Jankowski, Dr. Joseph Levy, and Dr. Ruth Slotnick

                                   Building Collaborative Futures: Equipping Students for an AI-Enhanced World

    1:00 - 1:30 PM:       Break 

    1:30 - 2:30 PM:       Panel, Real Intelligence on AI from Higher Education Professionals and Students 

    2:30 - 2:45 PM:       Dialogues Wrap-Up and Closing Remarks


      $60  registration rate for current NEean members

    $100  registration rate for non-members

    Notification of Session Recordings

    Please be advised that sessions will be recorded and made available for viewing after the event.

Past events

03 Nov 2023 2023 NEean Fall Forum
18 Apr 2023 Voices from the Field: How SNHU Global Campus Learning Science and Assessment Team Incorporates EDIB Best Practices during Course Development
31 Mar 2023 2023 NEean Dialogues in the Disciplines
21 Mar 2023 Understanding the Power and Limitation of ChatGPT and Natural Language Processing (NLP) for Transparent Assessment and Student-Centered Learning
07 Feb 2023 Taking Stock: Our Roles, Dilemmas, and the Future of Assessment
12 Dec 2022 Reengaging Faculty and Learners to Promote Equity in Course Design and Assessment
03 Nov 2022 2022 NEean Fall Forum
16 Aug 2022 How Can You Get Your Audiences More Engaged?
13 May 2022 Assessment and STEM Education
28 Apr 2022 Inclusive Assessments for All Learners through the Lens of Design Thinking
25 Mar 2022 2022 NEean Dialogues in the Disciplines
03 Mar 2022 Spring Dialogues Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Preview
22 Feb 2022 Competency-based Education, Blockchain, and Implications for Learning and Assessment
15 Feb 2022 Making Courses Accessible in the Online Space
19 Jan 2022 From Stationary to Stacked: Assessing Modular Content
07 Dec 2021 Applications and Strategies for Implementing Equity-Centered Assessment
14 Sep 2021 NEean Water Cooler Chat: Building Institutional Infrastructure to Support DEI Assessment
14 Sep 2021 Building Institutional Infrastructure to Support DEI Assessment
11 Aug 2021 Applying Indigenous Knowledge Systems for Equity-Centered Assessment
04 Aug 2021 What does it mean to be competent in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion?
21 Apr 2021 Antiracist Pedagogy: From Faculty to Design and Assessment
26 Mar 2021 2021 NEean Dialogues in the Disciplines
10 Mar 2021 Mantras for Success when Preparing a Fifth-Year Interim Report for NECHE
03 Mar 2021 NECHE has what? How to Close the Feedback Loop
24 Feb 2021 Preparing for a NECHE Site Visit
17 Feb 2021 Preparing a Fifth Year Interim Report for NECHE
03 Feb 2021 Accreditation: The View Forward from NECHE
05 Nov 2020 2020 NEean Fall Forum
14 Oct 2020 Engaging At-Risk Students as Partners in the Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Process
30 Sep 2020 Classroom Techniques for Equitable & Culturally Responsive Assessment
16 Sep 2020 Where is Equity in the Program Review Cycle?
26 Aug 2020 Measuring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Results from an Inaugural Campus Climate Survey
13 Aug 2020 Using Assessment as a Tool for Equity and Inclusion
24 Jun 2020 Design Assignments that Promote Academic Integrity in Online Environments; A Part of the NEean Webinar Series
17 Jun 2020 Develop Rubrics to Communicate Expectations; A Part of the NEean Webinar Series
10 Jun 2020 Enliven Virtual Classrooms with Simple Tools to Promote Learning and Check on Student Progress; A Part of the NEean Webinar Series
01 Nov 2019 2019 NEean Fall Forum

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