Authentic assessment: A three step model to implement it
Developing New Practice and Programmes
Event bookings can only be created between
11/06/2019 - 28/06/2019
Dr Mojtaba Ammari - Senior lecturer in Academic Development
Providing opportunities for students to be ready for real life work is one of the key objectives of Coventry University. CU Education strategy pillars and CU assessment strategy pillars are providing a smooth and direct route for our educators to provide a dynamic, effective and productive learning environment in which students could not only gained the most up to date knowledge in their field of study but also developing and enhancing the skills they need to compete in the 21 century job market and enable then to solve real life problems. This workshop is providing a unique opportunity for our academic staff who would like to bring authenticity into their assessment by a very simple and straightforward method. The participants have the chance to work and collaborate with their peers through the workshop and develop their knowledge and expertise in this field.
What are the benefits?
Bridging the theory and practice - links formal academic discussions to real life problem solving situation
Topics covered include:
Authentic assessment, what is it? Why is it important? And a three step model to implement it.
Who should attend?
All academic staff - particularly module leaders ad course directors
Occasions for this event
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|27/06/2019 13:00 - 14:00