03 Apr
14:30 - 16:30

Teacher2Teacher: Assessment at UM

One panel, one audience and a bunch of questions about teaching at UM.

Teacher2Teacher sessions are essentially round table discussions about a chosen topic that is currently on a lot of teachers' minds at UM. Our motto is thus: "One panel, one audience and a bunch of questions".

During a session, a panel of UM colleagues who have a specific interest or expertise regarding the topic at hand will share their thoughts via questions asked by a moderator. But your questions are also very welcome! During the session, we will ask the audience several times what their questions or thoughts are on the matter at hand.

Our main goal is to learn from each other, ask questions, and discuss our thoughts and best (and worst) practices in a semi-structured way. 

On 3 April 2024, we will discuss: 

Topic: Assessment at UM
With panel members: Lonneke Bevers (FSE), Sjoerd Claessens (LAW) & Sylvia Heeneman (FHML)
Moderated by: Eveline Persoon (EDLAB)

This activity may count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) if relevant to your situation.

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