OUSA releases policy paper offering recommendations for teaching, assessment


The Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) has released “Teaching and Assessment,” a policy paper written and published by students that offers recommendations on postsecondary teaching and assessment in Ontario. Students expressed concerns about teaching and learning quality, limited high-impact learning opportunities, and inadequate inclusive learning experiences. The authors recommend that the province support improved teaching and learning, expand high-impact learning opportunities to be available to all students, and enhance inclusivity within postsecondary learning environments. “We owe it to our students to ensure that essential learning opportunities are equitable, accessible and tailored to the needs of all students,” said OUSA President Jessica Look.