Course Evaluation and Assessment
STANDARD: the course evaluation mechanisms and assessment organization take into account the specificity of digital education, to ensure that all students can take their exams in satisfactory conditions. Clear and transparent
information is communicated to students about the procedures and organization of exams.
5.1. Course evaluation mechanisms (questionnaires, feedback…) are adapted for digital learning. They include evaluation regarding inclusivity and challenges encountered by the students. Respondents are encouraged to voice their concerns/complaints about these particular aspects.
EXAMS & KNOWLEDGE EVALUATION
5.2. Individual learning difficulties are considered to ensure that students are not disadvantaged.
5.3. Particular attention is paid to avoid problems or difficulties during online examinations.
It can take the form of retakes, extra time allocation or any suitable measure.
5.4. Students are fully informed on the nature and function of assessments during the course and can prepare accordingly.
5.5. Efforts are made to provide continuous technical support during online examination sessions to minimize duration and consequences of technical problems.
No information is available or no evidence had been encountered. It is not possible to define whether inclusiveness is taken into consideration at the course design stage.
Partial evidence has been encountered; it indicates that inclusiveness is taken into consideration at the course design stage, but further progress could be made.
Much concordant evidences indicate that inclusiveness is an important aspect and efforts are made take it into consideration at course design and preparation stage.
COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS
o Suggested improvements for course evaluation and assessment:
- Course evaluation.
- Exams & knowledge evaluation
o Main shortcomings that should be remedied.
o Best practice or remarkable achievement:
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