How to analyse and evaluate your assessment (BEQ)

MicroLab

Introduction

An important step to take before communicating grades to students is to analyse students’ performance on the different tasks or questions and to investigate the reliability of the grading. This can seem like a daunting task, but in this MicroLab you will discover low-key possibilities to analyse the results on your exam or assignment. This will provide you, as a teacher, with invaluable information. Not only about your students’ performance, but on the quality of your assessment as well as your own teaching. What are the relevant aspects to investigate for you exam or assignment? And how do you draw conclusions and make plans for future improvements? Find out in this MicroLab!

Key Facts & Figures

Type
Training
Start date
Thursday 11 Jul 2024
Duration
3 hours
Instruction language
English
Mode of instruction
Offline

What will you achieve?

  • Assess the quality of an assessment (based on your analysis of the exam/assignment, the grading and results);
  • Take corrective measures and make decisions about students grades accordingly;
  • Evaluate the assessment in a course (based on feedback and reflection) and formulate future improvements.

Start dates

  • Thursday 25 Jan 2024

    Time: 13:00 - 16:00 Education Lab
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  • Thursday 11 Jul 2024

    Time: 13:00 - 16:00
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  • Thursday 21 Nov 2024

    Time: 13:00 - 16:00
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Target group and required prior knowledge

The MicroLab is intended for any teachers interested in learning from their assessment results, or looking to make future improvements to their assessment. The content is applicable to different types of assessment.

No specific prior knowledge is required, but familiarity with the quality criteria for construction of assessments is useful. This MicroLab is a good addition to the content of the UTQ and to our other Microlabs focused on assessment design and construction.

Form and time investment   

The MicroLab consists of an online instruction and assignment in Canvas followed by a 3 hour workshop focused on active discussion, guided practice and peer learning. The preparation for the workshops will be mandatory for attendance, the time investment for the preparation is estimated at 2 hours.

Earn an Edubadge

You finish the MicroLab with a Proof of Competence. You will then receive an Edubadge. This is a digital, visual certificate which you can share on e.g. LinkedIn. Interested parties can immediately click on the certificate to find out what you have done to achieve the EduBadge.

Contact

For questions about MicroLab and registration, please contact Risbo.

Email address
training@risbo.eur.nl

Facts & Figures

Tax
Not applicable
Start date
Thursday 11 Jul 2024
Application deadline

The application deadline is two weeks before the MicroLab takes place. If registration is no longer possible, please contact training@risbo.eur.nl to see if there's any spots left.

Duration
3 hours
Offered by
Community for Learning & Innovation
Course type
Training
Instruction language
English
Mode of instruction
Offline

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