Experiences Testing and assesment

Clicker for multiple choice tests

Dabia Said (department of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences): "We had a new subject for which we wanted to use multiple-choice questions, with Clickers as the vehicle for the tests.Clickers save you so much reviewing, especially when you've got such large groups of students." Read more... 

Clickers for interim tests

Rob van Broekmeulen (department of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences): "In the first quartile of the Bachelor College I had to teach Deterministic Operations Management to 240 students. I quickly reached the conclusion that I could use a bit of help. With such a large group of students, stacks of tests have to be checked regularly. So I needed to do something. Read more...

Rubrics for feedback and assesment 

Joris Remmers (department of Mechanical Engineering): “I am responsible for a first-year design case: the professional case where students have to write a report and make a presentation of their work. As a lecturer you have to assess this work within a short turnaround, which makes it difficult to give everyone the feedback he or she needs to learn from it.Read more...

Peach for registering homework assignments

Kees Huizing (department of Mathematics and Comuter Science): "I heard about Peach via a colleague and started using it straightaway for my programming subjects. What I really like about it is that Peach registers what and when something is submitted, so you can compare it with work from previous years." Read more...

Peach as an instrument for peer review

Kees van Overveld (department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences): “In the modeling basic subject we have to give between 600 and 900 students feedback and a grade on their work. That’s a hopeless task for a limited team of lecturers. So we decided to think hard about using peers and Peach in this learning process."
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