May 25, 2009
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Irving K Barber Learning Centre - Fraser River Room 2.27
Facilitator(s): Janice Johnson
Brought to you by: TAG
Self-assessment can be thought of as “the ability to evaluate the state of one's understanding and competence, one's progress in developing them, and the determination of what needs to come next” (Loacker, 2004). It is an ongoing process of evaluating one's performance that is an essential aspect of lifelong learning. Self-assessment of teaching is thus an ongoing process of evaluation by those who teach of their own teaching performance.
Join us to explore and share different approaches to assessing your own teaching. How do you assess your teaching? What criteria do you use? When you reflect on your teaching, what do you discover? How do you implement what you learn from your reflections?