Crowdmark Community Conference
JUNE 15, 2023
Become a speaker
Call for proposals
The Crowdmark Community Conference is dedicated to furthering the conversation on authentic assessment, effective teaching, and successful learning. This one-day online users conference will spotlight the most innovative and relevant practices in teaching and learning today.
For our users conference, we invite you to submit a proposal to give a presentation, panel discussion, or workshop.
Want to know what we’re looking for? Check out the guidelines.
All sessions should discuss innovative uses of Crowdmark for one or more of the following:
How do you grade more quickly and effectively, while giving rich feedback?
How do you help students reach learning outcomes? Are there elements of authentic assessment incorporated into your course structure?
How do you onboard, train, and maintain cohesiveness of grading teams? Is there a process that you follow to ensure consistency of grading?
How have you improved upon remote learning through assessment? Are there in-person or hybrid lessons that you’ve been able to use?
How have you improved upon in-person learning through assessment? Are there online or hybrid lessons that you’ve been able to use?
How have you improved upon hybrid learning through assessment? Are there online or in-person lessons that you’ve been able to use?
What aspects of group assessment have you found to be most beneficial? How do you use this technique throughout the term?
How do you examine data or content to discover deeper insights, make predictions, or generate recommendations to improve teaching and learning?
Are there unique ways in which you design your assessments to ensure that students perform well? What innovative assessment types have you employed in your courses?
What projects have you worked on above and beyond “traditional” teaching and learning? How have you used educational technology to further student learning?
Accessibility for underserved and marginalized students–as well as students with disabilities–is always a challenge. How have you supported students who may not fit the “traditional” model?
How do you encourage academic integrity in the classroom? Are there methods or techniques that you employ to reduce the motivation to cheat?
Sessions should be 30-60 minutes in length, including any discussion / Q&A periods.
Relevance of proposal to the conference topical areas and how Crowdmark supports these
- Demonstrated understanding/awareness of issues related to teaching and learning.
- Alignment of proposal ideas to relevant literature or best practices.
- Interdisciplinary relevance.
- Clarity of intended session objectives/learning outcomes.
- Overall clarity of proposal.
Crafting Your Proposal
- The deadline to submit a proposal is Monday, May 15th, 2023 at 11:59:59 ET.
- Proposal length 200-300 words.
- Ensure that your session will be relevant to people from a variety of disciplines.
- Please consider two to three main takeaways from your work (if someone were unable to attend your session, what key research findings/practical experiences would you want them to know?)