This seminar was presented by Dr. Adele Flood from the UNSW Learning and Teaching Unit.
This connection presentation will focus on how to create student centred assessment tasks that help position assessment as learning for students. Dr Adele Flood will pose a series of questions that academics should ask themselves when developing assessment tasks for student learning. It will be a highly interactive session with participants contributing ideas and their own questions throughout the session. Adele will present two models of learning and will show how, by reframing the questions we ask, we can create assessment tasks that focus on student-action centred learning.
Dr Adele Flood is the Manager of Research, Evaluation and Development: Curriculum within The Learning and Teaching Unit (LTU) at UNSW. She is currently managing the University wide Assessment Project. Her current research takes two directions: in the first she is investigating ways of re-framing teaching practice to focus on student action in learning. The second is in response to an ongoing interest in Identity and creativity from the perspectives of both an educator and a practitioner.
Goodsell Building, LG19.