8th February 2021
Presented by Ruth Ní Bheoláin (Hibernia College), Fiona O’Riordan (DCU) and Rob Lowney (DCU).
Involving students in the assessment process is good for their agency, engagement, learning and for academic integrity. Some work at DCU recently explored this area in more detail, resulting in a short practical resource for staff and students, underpinned by a literature scoping review. This webinar will introduce DCU’s work in this area, some ideas for engaging students as partners and how technology can support it
- Presentation slides from the webinar
- Students as Partners online resource
- Students as Partners literature review
And shared during the Join the Conversation follow up session:
- The Assessment See-Saw: Balancing Academic Integrity with Meaningful Learning, Case Study from DCU’s Teaching Enhancement Unit
- Juan Fraile, Ernesto Panadero, Rodrigo Pardo, Co-creating rubrics: The effects on self-regulated learning, self-efficacy and performance of establishing assessment criteria with students, Studies in Educational Evaluation, Volume 53, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.stueduc.2017.03.003 (Paywall)
- Sue Joseph, Carolyn Rickett, Maria Northcote & Beverly J. Christian (2020) ‘Who are you to judge my writing?’: Student collaboration in the co-construction of assessment rubrics, New Writing, 17:1, 31-49, DOI: 10.1080/14790726.2019.1566368 (Paywall)
More about our presenters
Ruth Ní Bheoláin
Ruth Ní Bheoláin is QA Officer at Hibernia College
Dr Fiona O’Riordan works as an Academic Developer in the Teaching Enhancement Unit at DCU.
Rob Lowney is EDTL project team member and learning technologist at DCU