Preparing for Assessments - (Virtual Workshop Series part 1)

Thu May 16, 1:00 - 2:00 PM (-04)
Virtual Learning  

This workshop explores the issues related to planning effective classroom assessment in the context of 21st century teaching and learning. Emphasis is placed on assessment methods and ‘assessment as learning’.

Link to the virtual workshop will be provided upon registration.

This workshop is intended to initiate deep conversations among colleagues about higher education assessment so as to enhance practice related to lecturers’ approach to student assessment. Lecturers would glean the relationship between the Curriculum Matrix and the Assessment Plan as critical documentation underpinning higher education assessment. Ultimately, it is hoped that the session would help broaden lecturers’ knowledge-based about higher education assessment and so enhance their approach to this critical aspect of teaching/learning.

Topics include:
 The Purpose of Assessment
 Principles of Good Practice for Assessing Student Learning
 What are the Benefits of Assessments?
 What is an assessment plan?
 How do I create an assessment plan?

Mr. Henry Paul

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