Aimed At: This workshop is designed for academic staff who set assessments for undergraduate and taught postgraduate students.
No matter how good your assessment methods are, students’ good work can be undone by having poor assessment questions. We will look at what makes a good assessment question and the techniques you can use to ensure all your questions test the knowledge, skills and understanding you want.
It’s organised as a combination of a short face-to-face session, with the option to stay after the end of the session to continue the discussion. It is planned to develop on-line materials to back up the face-to-face session and you will be introduced to these in the workshop.
At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
The workshop programme is as follows:
Completion of this workshop will help you to evidence the following::
PRE-WORKSHOP PREPARATION REQUIRED: Please bring with you one or more examples of assessment questions from your context which you wish to examine.
10:00 - 12:00
Jane Eggleston extension 83451