Student assessment: an inclusive perspective on assessment in the context of distance or hybrid learning
The third webinar of the Teaching inclusively in 2020: COVID-19, remote learning and universal design for learning series was titled Student assessment: an inclusive perspective on assessment in the context of distance or hybrid learning
A panel of post-secondary teachers, a student and an adapted services counsellor discussed the following theme:
The COVID-19 context brings additional constraints to assessment situations, both with remote teaching and with a hybrid model. It can become complex to accurately respond to the accommodation requests of students with disabilities. Many of the basics for inclusive assessment adapted to the pandemic will be presented as well as a suggestion of a tool for self-assessment in evaluation situations aimed at meeting the needs of the student body.
Catherine Boutin, CEGEP adapted services counsellor
Simon Phaneuf, certificate student in Professional Writing, cofounder of the HARRP group (Handicap, Accompagnement, Regroupement, Recherche et Projets), lives with cerebral palsy
Paul Turcotte, professor at Vieux Montréal CEGEP and researcher at CRISPESH
Dr. Marjorie Vidal, postdoctoral researcher in Education and specialized education (UQAM). She is interested in the inclusion of adult students (16-year-olds +) in the general adult education and vocational training (VT) sectors. Director at AQEIPS.
Moderated by Dr. Jean Horvais, professor in the Department of Education and specialized education at UQAM. Member of the Permanent Advisory Committee on Inclusive Education at UQAM. Director at AQEIPS.
Here is the model analysis grid for an assessment situation that Catherine Boutin used during the webinar. There is an empty version that you can use as you wish in your courses as well as an example filled out version. You can download them in either Word or PDF format, as you prefer.