Assessment seminar – What’s UB joins the UM Teach Meet

Assessment seminar – What’s UB joins the UM Teach Meet

by | 16 Mar 2018

Together with all faculties, Maastricht University Library is looking into needs and requirements of digital assessment for this university. Whilst screening which applications could serve most needs and which locations are (possibly) suitable for organising digital assessment, we want to focus on assessment in a broader perspective in an event.

The project on digital assessment started at the beginning of this academic year. Next to a lot of organizational and safety issues, we dive into what educational scenarios could benefit from shifting from paper-based to digitised formats. As we regard EDLAB as an important partner where it concerns adaptations in education, we are glad to join forces in organising an event on assessment.

On behalf of the EDLAB, the Library project team kindly invites you to the special edition of a UM Teach-meet on 13 April. Professor Cees van der Vleuten (Dept. of Education Development & Research at FHML) will deliver a keynote speech on learning-driven assessment in the context of PBL. In addition, parallel workshops and demonstration sessions about different assessment-related topics will take place.

 

Programme

9:00 Opening Seminar
9:15 Keynote: ‘It is time to let learning drive assessment in PBL’ – Prof. Dr Cees van der Vleuten
10:15 Coffee Break
10:30 Workshop 1. Adaptive assessment – Dr Carlos Collares
Workshop 2. Constructive Alignment – Dr Elissaveta Radulova
Workshop 3. A reflection on Assessment Rubrics – Dr Donna Carroll
Demonstration sessions: On Safe Assessment and Tools – SURF and the UM Digital Assessment Project – Maastricht University
12.00 Harvest
12.20 Lunch

 

Registration

You are kindly invited to join the EDLAB Assessment Seminar on Friday, 13 April.

This special edition of the UM Teach-meet will take place at EDLAB (Tapijn Building X) in the Serre (room 0.110) from 9.00 – 13.00. Please register for the workshops and demonstration sessions. Per workshop, we have 15 spots available. The registration deadline is 9 April.

For more information about the event, please visit our UM Teach-meet page.

We look forward to seeing you at EDLAB on 13 April!

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