Collaborative assessment is commonly used for assessing group projects and assignments, but collaborative tests are still relatively new. Two stage testing allows students to write an individual test, and then repeat the test with a group; the assessment is a combination of the two marks. We will look two stage testing at three institutions, giving an overview of our current research, including the advantages and disadvantages of two stage testing, and the students’ experience and perceptions.

Date and Time: 

Tuesday, June 5, 2018 - 10:50 to 11:20

Additional Speakers (not including you): 

Bruce Dunham
University of British Columbia
Sohee Kang
University of Toronto Scarborough

Co-authors (not including you): 

Bruce Dunham
University of British Columbia
Sohee Kang
University of Toronto Scarborough

Language of Oral Presentation: 

English

Language of Visual Aids: 

English

Type of Presentation: 

Invited

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