Organized by Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL)
Speaker: Professor Claire Wyatt-Smith, Griffith University, Australia
Date: 21 Nov, 2012 (Wed)
Time: 12:45pm – 2:00pm
Venue: Room 321, Run Run Shaw Building, HKU
This presentation will focus on the nature of quality assessment as it involves the use of criteria and standards. Of special interest is the pedagogic use of stated features of quality and how they can be incorporated into a dialogic approach to learning and teaching. Also considered will be the source of criteria and standards and how judgement can be understood as drawing on three categories of criteria namely stated criteria, latent criteria and meta-criteria. The ideas explored in the session have direct relevance to quality assurance methods and moderation practices involving the use of standards.
Professor Claire Wyatt-Smith is Dean (Academic) for Arts, Education and Law at Griffith University. Previously the Dean of the Faculty of Education, she has also been a sole or chief investigator on a significant number of ARC and government funded projects over the last decade. These have been primarily in the fields of literacy and assessment, with particular focus on teacher judgment, evaluative frameworks and the literacy-curriculum-assessment interface.
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