NOVA has converted all assessments to be unproctored. In order to create valuable assessments that upholds academic rigor. This section was created to assist instructors with creating “Authentic Assessments”. Authentic assessment is the measurement of intellectual accomplishments that are worthwhile, significant, and meaningful, as contrasted to multiple choice standardized tests. Examples and Links to articles that will assist with the different types of authentic assessments and strategies.
- Association of American Colleges & Universities: Higher Education Assessment—Who Are We Assessing, and For What Purpose?
- Assessment Commons: assessment blog with other faculty
- Carnegie Mellon University: Conduct Assessments of Learning and Teaching
- Carnegie Mellon University: Assessments
- Classroom Assessment Techniques
- Grading and Performance Rubrics
- Make Formative Assessment More Student-Centered
- QM Emergency Remote Instruction Checklist
- What Are Some Types of Assessment?
- What is Authentic Assessment?
Types of Assessments:
- Performance tasks
- Exhibitions and demonstrations
- Teacher-created tests
- Self- and peer-evaluation