Assessing assignments and theses
Bachelor and master theses are a key part of most study programs. Ensuring that theses are properly assessed is thus very important. Yet in practice, this is something supervisors sometimes struggle with, feeling unsure about both formative assessment (how to provide feedback) and summative assessment (how to establish the final grade).
|Target group||Supervisors of Bachelor's- or Master's students who are writing their theses or coordinators who would like to ensure the quality of formative and summative assessment of theses.|
|Level||No (educational) experience required.|
|Date||21 April 2020 (1.30 p.m. - 4.30 p.m.)|
|Study load||8 hours|
|Number of participants||12 participants|
|Certificate||You will be awarded a certificate upon completing and apssing the assignments.|
In the workshop 'Assessing Theses', you will reflect on your assessment methods, exchange ideas with other supervisors, and be supplied with tools that can help you safeguard high quality of assessment, as well as provide you and your students more structure.
After taking part in the workshop, you are asked to complete a number of assignments. The total study load is 8 hours and the workshop is in English. All reading materials will be provided on Nestor. Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate.
|Last modified:||23 March 2020 1.27 p.m.|