17 November 2015, Brussels (BE), Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
The TALOE (Time to Assess Learning Outcomes in E-learning) project invites you to learn and experiment the webtool developed to help teachers and trainers decide on the assessment strategies to use in their online courses by proposing assessment methods related with type of learning outcomes/competences.
The seminar will take place between 14h and 17:30h with a break at 15:30h to 16h. It will be held in conjunction with the EUCEN Autumn Seminar: University continuing education, a strategic investment – Innovations and Practices in Evaluation. To attend the other sessions of the EUCEN Autumn Seminar you need to register in the evets website.
Registration is free. Seats are limited. Please register by firstname.lastname@example.org. Include in your message your full name, job title, organization and contact details such as email address, telephone and postal address. Confirmation of availability will be sent by email.
14h 15:30h: TALOE Project – Assessment of learning
TALOE project has delivered a webtool that advises about proper methods of assessment aligned with the different types of learning outcomes or competences to be verified. The tool is applicable to all areas of knowledge as long as there is a definition of learning outcomes or competences. This first session will be on the implementation made by the ALOA (Aligning Learning Outcomes and Assessment) model of revised Blooms taxonomy and alignment of Anderson et al. Presenter: Alfredo Soeiro, University of Porto, Portugal
15:30h: Coffee break
16h: Test the tools workshop – Come and try the outcomes of projects!
New web tool to support assessment of learning, application of case studies and debate about results, by Sandra Kucina, University Computing Centre, University of Zagreb, Croatia