Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Ed
There are three key components to the transparency framework: purpose, task, and success criteria. Transparency is an important part of creating equitable learning environments in which all students can find success. The Transparency in Learning and Teaching in Higher Ed (TILT) website hosts a useful collection of resources to help teachers better understand what transparent assignments look like and how to start creating them. The website has links to examples of more and less transparent assignments, a template for creating transparent assignments, videos, research, and more. It’s a great resource for ABE teachers who want to make sure that the assignments they create lead to meaningful learning outcomes.