2024 article

The Transition from Letter Grading to Modified Pass-Fail Grading at a College of Veterinary Medicine: A Narrative Inquiry of Student Experiences

Walker, G. K., Posner, L. P., Nelson, L. L., & Watson, J. S. (2024, January 22). JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EDUCATION.

By: G. Walker n, L. Posner n, L. Nelson n & J. Watson n

author keywords: academic affairs; student health & well-being; assessment; curriculum; environment; student affairs
TL;DR: Seven key themes were identified that captured student experiences, which were generally positive, during this transition: education culture, student perceptions of instructor impact, shift from extrinsic to intrinsic valuation of curricular content, competitiveness for external merit-based opportunities, use of letter grading and MPF in a single semester, student recommendations, and wellbeing. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: March 25, 2024

2021 article

Development of a Formative Assessment Rubric for Peer Evaluation of Teaching (FARPET) and Pilot Use in Veterinary Online Teaching

Fox-Alvarez, S. A., Hostnik, L. D., Conner, B., & Watson, J. S. (2021, August 31). JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EDUCATION.

By: S. Fox-Alvarez, L. Hostnik, B. Conner & J. Watson*

author keywords: formative assessment of teaching; faculty development; teaching rubric; peer evaluation rubric; virtual instruction; synchronous instruction; asynchronous instruction
MeSH headings : Animals; Education, Veterinary; Reproducibility of Results; COVID-19 / veterinary; Education, Medical
TL;DR: This teaching tip describes the creation and pilot use of a PET rubric, which includes six fixed core items (lesson structure, content organization, audiovisual facilitation, concept development, enthusiasm, and relevance) and items to be assessed separately for asynchronous and synchronous lectures. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
4. Quality Education (Web of Science)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: February 14, 2022

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