MT Engage Signature Assignment Rubric Roundtable
Are you wondering how to apply the MT Engage Rubric to your signature assignment? Do you have technical questions about how this is done in the D2L platform? Join the MT Engage team for a rousing roundtable discussion on how to align your signature assignment with the required elements of the Integrative Thinking and Reflection Rubric. We will also discuss how the rubric is applied in D2L. If possible, please bring your signature assignment and/or have it uploaded into D2L.
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If you have an idea for a potential future workshop, please feel free to send your suggestions to Dr. Lando Carter.