Students peer assessment

Welcome to lunch seminar with Lars Bendix!

When: Wednesday November 16
Time: 12:15-13:00 PM
Where: NIC0626

Student peer assessment is a process in which students assess other students’ work and give feedback. One idea behind this is that some students will learn by teaching and others will learn from getting more feedback. How can we practically use peer assessment to enhance learning?

About Lars:
Lars Bendix is professor in Computer Science at Lund University since 2001. Before that he has worked in Denmark, Germany and Italy. He holds a PhD in Configuration Management and has more than 25 years of experience with research in and teaching of Configuration Management and more than 15 years of experience with Agile methods.

Before coming to Lund, he spent 7 years at Aalborg University where the students (and a pedagogical course) made sure that he finally thoroughly understood the special pedagogical model they use there – which is centred around group work and problem-based learning.
He considers himself a professional teacher, so he has a continuous interest in how he can equip himself with the best possible “teaching tools” so his students can learn as much as possible with as little effort as possible (also from the teacher 😉

Everyone is welcome!
You can of course bring your lunch!

/Annabella Loconsole

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