Pseudo-Ungraded Calculus Exams


Proponents of ungrading identify many of the usual problems with traditional assessment, and further argue that all coursework should receive meaningful instructor feedback, be supplemented with student self-reflection, and assessed by the students themselves. I will discuss an experience integrating some of these ideas into an exam structure for Calculus I and linear algebra students in Fall 2021, particularly as a way of continuing to do authentic assessment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aug 4, 2021 5:05 PM
Mike Janssen, Ph.D.
Mike Janssen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics

My research interests include commutative algebra, the use and creation of open course materials, inquiry in the mathematics classroom, alternative assessment methods, and increasing justice, equity, and inclusion in the mathematics classroom.