(Wednesday 16th September, 2020; 3pm-5pm BST)
Chaired by: Stefania Paredes Feuntes
Please see Session 9’s review alongside the YouTube live stream:
Session 9 Agenda
Panel discussion – The Shift to Remote Assessment: What We Did, What We Learnt:
The first part of the session will involve a panel discussion with contributions from an undergraduate Exam Board Chair and lecturers who changed their assessments in micro, macro and econometrics.
- Paul Middleditch (University of Manchester)
- Marion Prat (University of Bristol)
- Steven Proud (Economics Network and University of Bristol)
- Michael Reynolds (University of Leeds)
Top tips for designing adaptable assessment:
The second part of the session will involve participants working on assessment design activities in breakout rooms and there will be opportunity for wider discussion about adaptable assessment.
From Sept 4th 2020 the Economics Network is hosting Theme 4, on Adaptable Assessment, of the 2020 Virtual Symposium. CTaLE and Warwick University are delighted to be hosting a seminar to bring this session to a close on 16th September 2020, 3-5pm BST. The EconTEAching seminar will be on opportunity to reflect on changes made to assessments, in an emergency situation, in Spring/Summer 2020 and to look forward to the design of innovative assessments in economics in 2020/21 and into the future. The session is co-organised by Prof. Parama Chaudhury, Prof. Cloda Jenkins and Dr Stefania Paredes Fuentes (Session Chair).
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