TC: Evaluating & Assessing Student Performance
Feb 03, 2020
from 09:30 to 05:30
|Where||Phil I, GCSC, R.001|
|Contact Name||Katharina Wolf|
|Contact Phone||+49 641 / 99-30 027|
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Students show what they have learnt in our courses through presentations, term papers, and other forms of evaluation and assessment. What we can see here, is what they are able to perform in/after going through their learning process. For students’ demonstration of learning outcomes, we can make use of traditional forms and newer forms of evaluation and assessment, such as wikis, portfolios, posters, or simulations. So how do we, as lecturers, know which is the appropriate form of evaluation and assessment in our classes, and in which ways are we free to choose and design these? In this workshop, we will work on these questions and identify your individual solutions. On the way, we will discuss a range of possibilities and criteria catalogues to evaluate and assess presentations, etc., and provide feedback, consistent with your specific contexts. This includes selecting ways of formative evaluation of the teaching and learning process during a running semester to help you optimize your course of action in your specific fields.
// Alexandra Bergedick, Dipl.Päd. ist Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Bereich Hochschuldidaktik des Zentrums für Hochschulbildung (zhb) an der TU Dortmund und freiberufliche Hochschuldidaktikerin (lern-reich) mit besonderem Fokus auf internationale Kontexte.