Inclusive assessment is not just about evaluating students. It is also about the ongoing activities that we use as educators to evaluate their progress formally and informally to understand how they are progressing to our course learning objectives. As our classrooms become more diverse, it is important to understand that the ways that we assess need to become more inclusive.
In this presentation, Lisa Dolasinski will illustrate the best ways to design accessible assessments and give examples and strategies for inclusive assessment.
Lisa Dolasinski, Languages, Literatures & Cultures
Lisa Dolasinski joins the College as Italian Studies Program Coordinator. She holds a Ph.D. in Italian Studies and a minor in Gender Studies, and her teaching and research center on topics of migration, aging and masculinity in contemporary Italian culture.
She currently serves as co-managing editor for the peer-reviewed journal Gender/Sexuality/Italy. Her recent publications include refereed articles and book chapters on the fluid sexual and racial identities of migrant protagonists onscreen, global hip-hop in/and Italy, representations of old age in Italian film comedies and using a hip-hop based education to teach immigration.
Dolasinski is also experienced in faculty professional development, including as a coordinator of teaching workshops and presentations on student engagement in hybrid and online modalities, designing accessible assessments and eliminating gender biases.
Originally published at cslc.nd.edu.