CPD Workshop: Rethinking student assessment and authentic learning in an AI era
This CPD activity looks into how to integrate AI tools in teaching and learning while ensuring that students still play a key role in their learning process.
As AI tools such as ChatGPT gain prominence, we are all grappling with its role in the learning landscape.
This CPD activity addresses the need to strike a balance that allows for the integration of AI tools into the teaching and learning environment while ensuring that students still play a key role in their learning process rather than relying on these tools to do the thinking and assessment for them.
About the trainer
Donna Carroll is a former physics lecturer and assessment expert, having worked at various colleges and universities in the UK and the Netherlands. Donna is currently responsible for Professional Development for Teaching & Learning at EDLAB. In this capacity, she coordinates the CPD activities for UM teaching staff and delivers workshops on a range of topics. Donna loves learning new things in all avenues of her life to gain new perspectives and fresh ideas, and using her enthusiasm for learning to inspire others is her passion.
26 Sep09:30 - 13:00
CPD kicks off the new academic year with a special event, during which we'll dive into the topic of AI and its impact on higher education.
27 Sep15:00 - 17:00
During this workshop, you will learn to use Canvas to support student collaboration and discussion, organise tutor and peer feedback, and implement and assess various types of assignments.
05 Oct09:00 - 11:30
The workshop will address the issue of how to improve our feedback practices at UM so that it helps students and teachers to monitor and improve education.