Learn how to confidently and effectively use assessment in Project-Based Learning.
Brought to you by Arm, this course focuses on an aspect of Project-Based Learning that teachers often find challenging: how to assess it effectively.
Assessment of PBL can be challenging. In this course, we explore the purpose and methods of assessment, including what educators need to consider when applying both formative and summative assessment tools.
The course also introduces you to the additional opportunities PBL affords in assessing soft skills, such as problem-solving and collaboration.
- Learn how to use assessment in Project-Based Learning to help your learners progress and achieve their potential
- Learn the fundamentals of PBL assessment: from the different methods of assessment and question types to their application in classroom teaching
- Explore how to adopt a SMART approach to assessment, from both a behaviourist and constructivist approach
- Learn how to construct exceptional Multiple-Choice Questions
- Finish the course with a classroom investigation, which helps you put your learning into practice
Module 1 Introduction
Module 2 The ‘big picture’ of assessment
Module 3 Language of assessment
Module 4 Assessment of PBL
Module 5 The methods of assessment
Module 6 Question types
Module 7 Learning outcomes
Module 8 MCQs
Module 9 Open questioning and leading thinking
Module 10 Classroom investigation
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 10 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes