HILT Affinity Group Event: 'Evidence of Learning'

November 29, 2017
Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching

Please join us for "Evidence of Learning," an event presented by the HILT affinity groups on Learning Analytics and Learning Design. The event will take place on Dec 6 from 11am–1pm at Harvard Graduate School of Education (Longfellow Room 319/320). Lunch will be provided, but RSVPs are requested.

The following lightning talks will be accompanied by poster presentations: 

  • Kevin Lau and Janina Mueller (GSD) - The Canvas Student Work Harvester: Building a Set of Student Work Collected to Highlight the Student’s Learning Process
  • Andrea Flores and Patricia Vanderbilt (HGSE) - Instructional Design for an Online Professional Development Program for Early Education Leaders
  • Ning Zou (HSGE) - Think Like an Assessor
  • Maura Ferrarini (Harvard Library) - Learning from a Lack of Evidence of Learning
  • Karina Lin (DCE) - Evaluating Student Participation Using a "Discussion Portfolio"
  • Marty Samuels (FAS) - BlueSky: an Innovative Approach to Classroom Learning in Undergraduate Life Sciences Education
  • Alexandra Sedlovskaya (HBS) - Analyzing Student Evaluations of Teaching to Identify Core Predictors of Perceived Teaching Effectiveness of Junior Faculty at HBS
  • Becca Miller and Emily Shoemaker (HGSE) - How People Learn
See also: ATG News