DescriptionGroup work is an important part of most courses in higher education. Assessment of group work has always been challenging. Problems include inconsistent marking processes and potentially unfair scoring/grading methods. Peer assessment is commonly used but one of the challenges is: “How can the marks from a lecturer and students within a group be combined in a fair way to produce a single score for each student?”. We report on the critical review of popular tools and the experience of implementing a new model and tool for computing courses at the University of Northampton.
|Period||7 Jul 2020|
|Event title||Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference: Teaching in the spotlight: Creative thinking to enhance the student experience: From curriculum design to student success|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
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Research output: Contribution to Book/Report › Conference Contribution › peer-review