This course creates opportunities to
engage with colleagues on assessment practices, and scholarly articles on
assessment topics such as the different purposes of assessment, constructive
alignment, feedback, peer-and self-assessment, and more.
Through active participation, you will be
expected to critically reflect on your own assessment practices and design
assessments promoting student learning.
course is available to all SU staff involved in assessment of learning and it
is free of charge.
8; five credits and 50 notional hours.
during either the 1st or the 2nd semester.
face to face contact sessions.
of contact sessions:
|1st Semester||2nd Semester|
|6 February 2024|
7 February 2024
30 May 2024
|4 June 2024|
5 June 2024
29 October 2024