One of the key issues facing higher education institutions is how to best equip their students and prepare them amongst the changing nature of the workplace. The concept of Flipping the Curriculum has emerged as the Australian Office for Learning and teaching has re-established its efforts in addressing student capabilities and integrating competencies towards achieving […]
ASSESSMENT (HIGHER EDUCATION COURSES) PROCEDURE – SCHEDULE C All online tests included as part of the unit/course’s summative assessment should meet the standards outlined in Assessment (Higher Education Courses) Procedure – Schedule C: Standards for Administering Unsupervised Online Tests which are Automatically Computer-Marked at Deakin University. Schedule C: Standards for Administering Unsupervised Online Tests […]
The purpose of this handbook is to assist teaching staff in implementing Deakin University’s strategic policy direction by scaffolding authentic assessment practices. The key objective is to provide a succinct and concise reference handbook for assessment strategies to realise Deakin’s vision of ‘empowering learners for the jobs and skills of the future’. The handbook provides […]
For those that missed the live presentation by Shaun Iles “Gamification: It’s Easier Than You Think” here’s the link to the recording: Gamification: It’s Easier Than You Think!_0 This presentation was part of the Brightspace (D2L) webinar series. (You need to be a member of the Brightspace Community to access the calendar, membership is free). […]
Transforming Assessment and eAssessment Scotland 2014 Joint Online Conference This free online e-Assessment conference features a series of ten presentations in line with the conference theme, “Final answer? The question of summative assessment”. Ten experts from around the world will present and discuss a range of approaches to the computerisation of tests and high stakes […]
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