Building Transparency into Our Assignments

building transparency into assignments
In education, transparency is typically described as making teaching and learning visible. “Transparent teaching involves making the implicit explicit for students so they understand why they are engaged in certain tasks and what role the course plays in their learning journey,” according to a recent ACE report (iii). I’ve been reading and thinking about how transparency applies to assignments.

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  1. I would like to put this article into an online workshop here at my University. Is there anyway I can get a copy without having to log in? It is a great article!

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