Educators are challenged to ensure that their students’ assessment experiences are authentic and reliable, particularly as institutions continue to transition to or increase online learning and teaching.
Join this workshop which will feature our, panelists drawing on real-life examples, to illustrate how they have coordinated, designed and used a variety of authentic and reliable digital assessment tasks and strategies. There will also be an open and frank discussion around how students, Faculty and academic managers have responded where panelists will share their struggles, achievements and lessons learned.
Join Workshop Chair Dr Mairette Newman, Education Specialist: VUSSC at COL and our panelists:
- Dr Schontal Moore – lecturer in Language and Literature and Graduate Coordinator for the School of Education at The University of the West Indies, Jamaica.
- Dr Maggy Beukes-Amiss – senior lecturer in the Department of Information and Communication Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHSS) at the University of Namibia.
- Dr Tashane Haynes-Brown – a lecturer with specialization in Teacher Education and Teacher Development at The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus.
Workshop Outcomes: Participants will be able to identify a range of strategies that have worked reliably in other contexts for coordinating, designing and implementing authentic assessment activities for their online learners.
Register by completing this form: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SApWzRdpT6SNpdM29lg1fA
For more information, see the Making Digital Assessment Count: Building Competencies and Skills that are Transferable to the Workforce course flyer.