Inspiration Drink Teaching & Learning Lab online – Rubic for use in oral exams
The Teaching & Learning Lab organizes an Inspiration Café every second Thursday of the month. Alternately, a story by a teacher, a student or an interesting educational tool will be presented. But above all, there is an opportunity to exchange ideas about education with colleagues. You are responsible for the drink from the fridge and maybe a bite, then we will take care of the Inspiration!
This time not on the second, but third Thursday of the month, Annemarie Heersche will be our guest speaker. On 18 March, she will be happy to tell you more about the rubric she and her colleagues developed to assess oral exams at the Pharmacy department. With this rubric, she wanted to give students more insight into the assessment criteria, support lecturers during the assessment and give students feedback on their performance afterwards. Oral exams are not new in the Pharmacy department, but uniform assessment is more difficult with this way of testing. In addition, students do not always know what is expected of them in this type of test.
Annemarie explains how she set up the rubric for oral tests and how she tested the rubric to see if the predefined goals were met. Want to get started with oral testing yourself? Or are you curious about how a rubric can help students understand the assessment criteria and provide feedback on their performance? If so, we’d love to “see” you on the 18th!
When: Thursday 18 March 2021
What time: from 4 – 5 PM
Where: Teaching & Learning Lab online via Teams
Registration: Not necessary, free entrance, even after 4 pm
Do you have an inspiring story of your own that you would like to share during one of the upcoming Inspiration Cafés? Mail your idea/proposal to email@example.com!
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