Workshop Details

In this full-day in-house workshop participants will develop their assessment design skills, understand the qualities of good assessment, critically analyse case studies, and apply those qualities to assessing the learning outcomes in their teaching.

Assessment is an essential part of learning; it determines whether or not educational outcomes for students are being met. Teachers in tertiary education need to have a comprehensive understanding of assessment and its framework. This includes interpretation and application of standards, and methods for assessment design covering a range of contexts for diverse learners.

Who is this in-house workshop for? 

This workshop will be of interest to new educators, professional development staff and those interested in enhancing skills related to assessment.

Working with John Delany, workshop participants will develop their assessment design skills, use NZQA's "Qualities of Assessment" to critically analyse case studies, and apply those qualities to assessing the learning outcomes in their teaching.  As a result, their students will undertake valid, reliable, flexible and fair assessments.

Contact your local hub to book an in-house workshop on this topic. 

Upcoming public workshops on this topic

Taking that next step in your professional learning and development is easy with Ako Aotearoa. Everything we do is evidence-based. Everything you’ll learn is practical, high-quality, effective and sustainable.

We offer three main ways to learn and develop with us.

  1. In-house Learning and Development
    We can come to you to deliver in-house professional development. Contact us to discuss your needs and budget or download our in-house PLD flyer.
  2. Public Workshops
    Come to one of our half-day or full-day public workshops taking place throughout the year in different parts of the country.
  3. Online learning courses
    Our online courses use a combination of  synchronous and asynchronous, facilitated learning and incorporate time for practical application.