Flexible Assessment in EC135

Cook, Averil (2001) Flexible Assessment in EC135. Discussion Paper No. 286, School of Economics, The University of Queensland.

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Author Cook, Averil
Title Flexible Assessment in EC135
School, Department or Centre School of Economics
Institution The University of Queensland
Report Number Discussion Paper No. 286
Publication date 2001-02-01
Subject 340000 Economics
330109 Assessment and Evaluation
Abstract/Summary Quantitative Analysis in the Department of Economics has a large student enrolment and consequent heavy load on instructors. Assessment for many years has been through mid-semester and end of semester exams, as well as Computer Managed Learning (CML) assignments. This year, it was decided to incorporate a system of flexible assessment where neither the CML nor the mid-semester exam were compulsory. The outcomes are assessed and the advantages and disadvantages discussed.
Keyword economics teaching
assessment
examinations
computer managed learning
flexible assessment
assignments

Document type: Department Technical Report
Collection: Discussion Papers (School of Economics)
 
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