Kritik is excited to be at EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2021!

Let's Connect

Meet us at the Start-Up Alley Booth #S10

Kritik is a peer-to-peer learning platform that empowers educators to provide more engaging and enriching learning for students - online and in-person using peer-to-peer competency-based activities, peer evaluations and feedback stages, team-based activities, and assessments.

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Enhance your LMS with peer learning

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Empower educators to incorporate student-driven learning

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Support diverse learners through equitable and inclusive education

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Leverage competency-based assignments and assessments

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Increase students accountability and cooperation in team-based learning

Schedule a chat:

Mohsen Shahini
Co-Founder & Co-CEO
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Carine Marette
Co-Founder & Co-CEO
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Jon Sherman
VP of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships
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Live Panel Discussion

Thursday, October 28 | 1:15PM–2:00PM ET  | Online Session

You Get What You Assess :
Competency-Based Education in the Digital Era.

Competency-based education (CBE) is centred on developing real-world skills and competencies essential for the student's success in the workplace. One effective way to use personalized based education is to incorporate self-assessment and peer-assessment within the teaching and learning process.

Most educators are familiar with the General Review Standard from Quality Matter, which outlines clearly how to develop a quality course. As the organization of Quality Matter states, students learn more effectively when given frequent feedback from Instructors, from assessments that have feedback built into them, and from other students. But, how can I guide students to provide quality evaluation? The TEACH model is a framework based on the CBE and SMART goal principles that outline clearly what strong feedback looks like. Feedback should be given on time (T) with explicit guidance (E) on what, where and how students can improve. The comments need to be appropriate (A) for the level of the student. And a rubric is essential to guide students toward competency (C) by providing their peers with helpful directions (H) that are motivational and critical. Not only does the TEACH model guide students to provide quality feedback, it also emphasizes the development of soft skills necessary to succeed in the workplace.

We bring together a diverse group of panelists covering unique areas of education to discuss how incorporating self-assessment and peer-assessment within the teaching and learning process allows professors and institutions to make learning more efficient, engaging and effective for everyone.

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Session Resources

★ The T.E.A.C.H model
★ Session Slides
★ Post session poll

Panelists

Carine Marette - Kritik
Co-Founder & Co-CEO

Martin Basiri - ApplyBoard
Co-Founder & CEO

D'arcy Norman - University of Calgary
Associate Director, Learning Technologies & Design

David Wang - University of Waterloo
Professor, 1st Year Student Advisor, Electrical & Computer Engineering


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Valid until Sept 2022. Limited availability. First come first serve basis!

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