Sydney Teaching Colloquium

Monday 29 - Tuesday 30 September

MacLaurin Hall & Main Quadrangle

It is now well understood that assessment in universities performs at least three functions: to develop student learning, to measure student achievement, and to inform university teachers’ judgments about the quality of teaching and curriculum. While these purposes often sit uneasily next to each other, it is clear that the contemporary focus on standards is putting assessment tasks, practices and processes under the spotlight. What are the assessment standards we need to pay attention to, where have they come from, and how helpful are they to both academics and students?

The fourth Sydney Teaching Colloquium considers how assessment standards can be harnessed for learning. Hosted by Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) Professor Pip Pattison, it addresses the practical and future challenges of assessment, and asks whether our approaches at unit, program, course and university levels are at a standard that supports students to develop as engaged enquirers.

The Organising Committee would like to thank all those members of the university community who have made submissions to take part. All submitting authors have now been contacted about the outcome of their proposals.

The program will be available late August although you can now REGISTER HERE

We are also pleased to announce the six Student Colloquium Ambassadors. These students will be working with us as engaged enquiry researchers over the next two months to develop an exciting program of activity.

We look forward to seeing you at the Colloquium!

Keep in touch!

You can help us publicise the STC by following along on twitter @SydTeachColloq and #sydteach14, or you can distribute or download the e-poster and share it with colleagues in your Departments and Schools.

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