Learn how Brianne Waychoff uses student-created zines in Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies.
If you’re interested in learning more about zines for use in your courses, this post contains a few resources.
A CUNY instructor's experience working collaboratively with students to determine course goals and grading criteria.
Let’s take a moment and ask. Why grade? To give students feedback, a professor might say. To measure learning. To motivate. Here’s the problem: Decades of research undercuts these assumptions.
A John-Jay hosted literary nonfiction podcast series that features real students' stories.
A detailed description of the Wikipedia assignment undertaken by students in Brianne Waychoff's Gender and Women's Studies class.
Examples of open pedagogy contributed to the Open Pedagogy Notebook.
An annotated discussion of open pedagogy.
Resources from BMCC professor Hollis Glaser.
BMCC professor Hollis Glaser reflects on ungrading.