Assessment (for|of) Learning – Seminar Series
By Tim Neumann, on 4 March 2019
LTU Spring Seminar Series
Assessment has been a constant discussion topic across IOE and UCL, with a strong drive to diversify assessment methods. Technology is often used to facilitate diversification and to manage scaling and workload.
This short series of knowledge exchange seminars will explore selected assessment methods, both formative and summative, that support learning from an academic viewpoint, and we will contemplate the aims, benefits and challenges of these approaches based on experiences from academics with ample room for discussion.
This seminar series is open to all.
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|Date and location||Assessment (for|of) Learning|
|Thursday 14 March
|Webinar: Peer Assessment
How can peer assessment facilitate critical thinking and be used for summative assessment? Can peer assessment solve issues around scaling? Includes a look at peer assessment management system peergrade.io
Participants: David Kofoed Wind (Peergrade.io), Eileen Kennedy (UCL RELIEF Centre & UCL Knowledge Lab)
|Wednesday 20 March
Room W2.05, IOE 20 Bedford Way
|Panel Discussion: Assessment practice exchange
This session explores options for more diverse assessment, and practices as well as challenges in using assessment to facilitate and measure learning. Bring your own examples, questions, or views. Online participation is possible.
Panellists: Ruth Dann, Louise Green, Jennifer Rode, Zachary Walker
If you want to participate online, click this link at the appropriate time to access Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.