Open Classrooms is a podcast series produced by the Academic Development Group in Science, Engineering and Health. Each podcast features interviews and stories from our staff who have opened up their classroom doors and shared their practices, innovations and ideas.
In this episode, Natasha Taylor talks to Fabio Zambetta about the work he and his team have done to transform the assessment experience for first year computer programming students.
Hear how they have successfully moved away from a very traditional paper-based exam to a real-time, computer-based problem solving test (under exam conditions in a lab). Fabio reflects on the challenges the team faced in bringing the project to fruition and explains how the impact on student learning has made it all worthwhile!
If you would like to contact Fabio , please send him an email.
- Check out this slidedeck which Fabio and his team have recently put together as part of their dissemination work. [embeddoc url=”https://sites.rmit.edu.au/sister/files/2019/12/InLabExam-002-Fabio-Zambetta-1.pdf” download=”all” viewer=”google” ]