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MC-Prüfungen didaktisch sinnvoll gestalten

Datum: 30. Oktober 2020

09:00 - 18:00 Uhr

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Arie van der Lugt

AE: 12

Angebot durch: Dozierenden-Service-Center (Interne Weiterbildung/Hochschuldidaktik)

Bereich/Kategorie: HD-Kompetenzbereich Leitung

Zielgruppe: Lehrende

All learning one way or another is paired with assessment. In general, this happens when we apply knowledge in practice. Assessment in education explicitly addresses a student’s performance and sheds light on where to improve performance. In the real world there is no ‘pause’ button, but in education you can step back and take a critical look at assessment to find out what students did, what they achieved and what still needs to be improved. Assessment is gathering information on student’s learning. High quality assessment in education is a great asset. It is a truth universally acknowledged that assessment drives learning. This means the forms and nature of your methods of assessment determine the learning behavior of students. Their behavior preparing for a multiple-choice exam or for the creation of a concept map will be different. Students inevitably must prioritize activities and make that what they do is worth their time. This enables a teacher to influence students’ behavior through the forms and timing of assessment in courses. This makes assessment therefore much more than just a check whether intended learning outcomes have been achieved. We want assessment to drive students to engage in PBL and really use PBL to acquire knowledge. We must stimulate students to look at assessment as an opportunity to learn; we must organize learning and assessment in such a way that students become intrinsically motivated life-long learners. Unfortunatel