Bowling Green State University

Workshop Facilitator: Audrey Conway Roberts, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Counseling, Higher Education, Leadership, and Foundations in the College of Education and Human Development & CFE Faculty Associate 

Awareness of culturally and socially responsible assessments in higher education is critical, as many of the assessments typically used in the classroom are grounded in the language, experiences, and values of the dominant White culture in the United States. Understanding how students from multicultural backgrounds experience assessment in the classroom and adapting assignments to be more responsible will enrich the classroom experience. In this workshop, we will unpack emerging work in the field of culturally and socially responsible assessment to better understand how to create and adapt classroom assignments for positive and diverse engagement. 

During this workshop, you will learn how to:  

  • Understand theoretical perspectives on assessment and diverse classrooms 
  • Recognize bias and sensitivity issues in current classroom assessments 
  • Foster greater student engagement in assessments 

To register for this workshop, use the Spring 2024 CFE Workshop Registration Form. 

Advance registration is required. Registration will close one business day before the scheduled event. 

To find out more information about this workshop, visit the Workshop & Event Catalog page of the CFE Website.   

If you have any questions about this event, email the CFE at    

If you need special services, assistance or appropriate modifications to fully participate in the event, please contact the CFE office or Accessibility Services at or 419-372-8495. Please notify Accessibility Services and/or the CFE office prior to the event. 

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