How to co-design assessment with students and external partners in your teaching (f2f)
19 October 2021, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm
You will explore how to co-design assessment with students and external partners in your teaching to enhance student learning and generate new ideas.
UCL Arena Centre
Arena Room - UCL Arena Centre for Research-Based Education10th Floor1-19 Torrington PlaceLondonWC1E 7HBUnited Kingdom
Tuesday 19 October 12:00 - 13:00
The session is delivered by Dr Gemma Moore, Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer (Teaching) from the Bartlett Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering drawing on her MSc module ‘Health and Wellbeing in Cities: Theory and Practice’
The training is delivered as part of the Community Engaged Learning Service and is open to all UCL staff who are interested to co-design assessment with students and external partners in their teaching.
This one-hour introductory session will
- Outline the key principles of co-design assessment with students and external partners, and showcase a practical example (from a master’s course from the Bartlett);
- Encourage critical thinking about how to apply a co-design approach through practical examples, and stimulate reflection on the challenges and opportunities from this approach;
- Signpost to resources and further support.
After attending this session you will
- Become familiar with key co-design assessment principles (with external partners and students);
- Develop an understanding of how to apply a co-design approach to assessment;
- Become familiar with the challenges and opportunities of co-design, and whether it is appropriate for your teaching;
- Be able to use the support and the resources offered.
Who should attend
You should attend if you are a member of UCL staff with teaching responsibilities