This resource offers adjustments to make to your assessment practices that can help you adapt your assessments and grading during academic disruption in order to: set compassionate expectations for your students and yourself; learn more about them and how they learn best; and make your assessment practices as equitable as possible for students of varying ability and access needs.Download the Assessments and Grading Toolkit
Barclay, G. (2020, April 23) Assessment in the Pandemic. Every Learner Everywhere.
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