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Student Evaluation During and After COVID-19

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Presentation of Inge de Waard for EDEN's NAP webinar on 'Student Evaluation during & after COVID19' - 22 April 2020, 15:30 CEST

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Student Evaluation During and After COVID-19

  1. 1. Student Evaluation during & after COVID19 Inge Ignatia de Waard EIT InnoEnergy Sr. Learning Strategy & Innovation Document on subject to be found here.
  2. 2. Our experience & Our visions solving COVID19 challenges
  3. 3. What is the purpose of an exam or any learning evaluation?
  4. 4. Proctoring tools From Closed Book to Open Book Team or Group exams
  5. 5. Proctoring tools for online exams?
  6. 6. Proctoring tools?
  7. 7. Why use it? But what is cheating? ‘Cheating’ combines 21st century skills!
  8. 8. How does it work?
  9. 9. What is the teacher role?
  10. 10. Benefits • higher flexibility in terms of location • higher flexibility in terms of timing • Reduce some anxiety • proctoring tools as a more secure setup for knowledge- reproduction exams • extra exam-facility (post-COVID) • Athletes on remote training camps or competitions • Disabled students who cannot make it to class • Learners facing long-term illness
  11. 11. Downsides • English language dominates Proctoring tools • Teachers need to build trust • practical limitations: sketches, drawings, … must be seen individually by the teacher. • a lot of preparatory work from different stakeholders • A specific helpdesk needs to be put in place from central administration supporting teachers
  12. 12. Involving stakeholders • Constant reevaluation of the best systems • LTI and API compliant • Setting up support • Choosing the right tool • Considering in-house proctors or external proctors • Does university or company policy allow it? • Are student contracts covering online exams to earn their degree? • Do you have an LMS or LXP installed?
  13. 13. Pricing: doc here
  14. 14. Questions?
  15. 15. Closed to Open book exams
  16. 16. Closed or Open book exam?
  17. 17. Why move from closed to open?
  18. 18. Requirements from the teacher side
  19. 19. Benefits Benefits of open book exams combine different concepts towards a solution Show bigger picture, Qualitative and quantitative data interpretation broader array of evaluating a students knowledge Fits 21st century skills as an integral part
  20. 20. Downsides Grading open book exams takes time, no current automation lacks in-depth fact responses demands prior knowledge less straight forward grading
  21. 21. Frequent misconceptions Open book exams are easy No prior knowledge is needed Copying material is not enough
  22. 22. EIT InnoEnergy the energy data case example
  23. 23. Questions?
  24. 24. Group or team exams online?
  25. 25. What are group exams Think Hackathon:
  26. 26. Why plan a group exam?
  27. 27. How does it work? • External and internal experts • Team presentation with individual parts of the whole project • Feedback to the project and individuals tasks • Open discussion (testing understanding) • Individual Q&A (key theory, concepts) • Grading
  28. 28. Benefits • evaluating multidisciplinary teams • real life project evaluation • Fits innovation-driven curricula • Near immediate grading
  29. 29. Downsides • It takes time as multiple people are involved • The grading is based on the interpretation of the examiners • The personalities of the team members can differ, so that some might come across more anxious or timid than others.
  30. 30. Preparation • Teacher side • IT side • Student side
  31. 31. InnoEnergy Smart Cities Innovation Journey example
  32. 32. What is the purpose of an exam or any learning evaluation during and post COVID? Enhance Self- Directed Learning Increase self evaluation capacity Give rise to Ethical Problem Solvers
  33. 33. Questions?
  34. 34. Feel free to contact me • Inge.deWaard@innoenergy.c om • Twitter: @Ignatia • LinkedIn: /ingedewaard/ • Slideshare: gnatia • Google scholar: gnatiaIngedeWaard Read paper on this here.