HERDSA recently held a webinar on online cheating and methods to reduce the incidence; if you missed it, here is a link to the recording – https://ecu.ap.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=a2f42b13-05b1-4918-98d6-ad43005e3756 I highly recommend you watch the whole thing but if you don’t have
Next webinar 7 Oct 2020: “Examiner judgement in competency based assessment” The session explores the consistency of examiners’ judgements on the robustness of the decisions made in high-stakes summative competency-based assessment (CBA). Strategies for mitigating inconsistencies are explored. Examples from
Many design-based STEM courses incorporate a practical project which requires students to design, build and test a product/artefact for the course assessment. Often, the assessment culminates in a live competition event which brings students together with staff to test and
1) NEW event!: Online seminar 6 July 2020: “Paradigm Shift for Assessment” An afternoon starting at Hong Kong time 2:30pm (06:30am universal time, 7:30am UK Summer, 4:30pm Eastern Australia). Hosted by the Academic Study Institute, a joint project of The
TEQSA have recently released a series of advice sheets to assist in the move to online learning and assessment; there is some timely advice on many subjects. Explore them all, or choose from the links below. Assessment considerations in moving
Long story short: Substantial increase in GTS; more motivated students; a better quality of work. RMIT currently has a keen focus on developing more authentic assessments while reducing more traditional, knowledge-based exams. This focus meets our drive to create ‘work-ready’
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.