The Whole of Course approach to moving from UTSOnline to Canvas is in progress. As you may know, it involves three main steps. First, you meet with your course team in a Course MeetUp. You then have about a month to plan your Canvas site (a process we call...
It is a shared responsibility for both teachers and learners to make group work effective. Group work skills should not be assumed and need to be taught if students are to be work ready. Being an effective team member and collaborator is an important professional and personal attribute.
Need a refresher with our online assessment tools? Book in for one (or more) of our assessment workshops in March.
Coming up at the LX Grant Showcase - Amela Peric and Leila Moslemi Naeni will be talking through their redesign of a group activity and individual assessment in the subject Project Management Principles.
How can you use SPARKPLUS to ensure fairness and equity in group work? Find out more with this recap from this year’s LX.lab Technology Showcase.
Join us for Assessment month throughout July at the LX.lab, where we’ll demystify marking, online quizzes and more! Take a look at some of our events and book in for a workshop.
We have been educators for years. But have we ever thought about why we are having exams in our classes? What’s in it for the students? Are exams really necessary? We need to rethink the purpose of exams and to re-evaluate our approach as educators.
Open book exams are, in general, more authentic as assessment tasks. They mimic real world conditions better, and can side-step the memorisation-regurgitation of information for which closed-book exams are notorious. But how do you get them right?