Using Peer Feedback and Assessment workshop
Room 3.18, Helen Wodehouse Building, School of Education, 35 Berkeley Square
Hosted by the Centre for Health Sciences Education (CHSE)
Peer assessment has now taken its place with peer teaching as an important element in HE.
Far from being an abrogation of lecturers’ responsibilities it seeks to engage students actively in their own and others’ learning.
This workshop will consider the uses, pros and cons of peer assessment and feedback with examples drawn from the tutors’ own experience. There will be time for participants to draft and share their ideas for peer assessment in their own teaching.
By the end of this workshop you will have:
- Considered the possible advantages and drawbacks of peer assessment
- Explored the practicalities of instigating peer assessment and feedback
- Drafted a plan for a peer assessment project in your own area
- Session delivered by Ms Tricia Thorpe and Dr Gemma Ford
Places are free but booking is required for space management. Staff are welcome to bring their own cold food for lunch and tea/ coffee will be provided. CPD attendance certificates can also be provided for the sessions.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.