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2nd CeTUSS workshop

Teaching and Examining Engineers

in collaboration with American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and IEEE Nordic Education Society Chapter

Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
April 27 - 28, 2005

The second CeTUSS workshop focused on the following aspects from a student perspective:

  • Teaching and examination to enhance learning
  • Examination as a part of teaching
  • Innovative examination and/or teaching methods
  • Studies of effects of examination and/or teaching methods

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DAY 1 - Wednesday, April 27

09.30 Opening

Mats Daniels (CeTUSS) and Trond Clausen (IEEE)
Let all the flowers Bloom, Raymond Lister, Technical University of Sydney

10.15 Coffee

10.30 Teaching and examination

Analyzing examination processes, Åsa Lindberg-Sand & Thomas Olsson, University of Lund
Programming education at Umeå, Jan Erik Moström et. al., Umeå University
Using inspection as teaching and examination tool, Tim Heyer & Albin Zuccato, Karlstad University
Studies in flexible examination, Michael Christie, Chalmers

12.00 Lunch

13.30 Understanding students

Assessment of competence, Camilla Østerberg Rump, University of Copenhagen
Approaches to find difficulties, Maragrita González Sampayo & Jonte Bernhard, University of Linköping
Process modeling in learning, Berndt Lundgren, Royal Institute of Technology

15.00 Coffee

15.30 Communication in learning

Shared understanding of new complex situations, Bengt Lennartsson, University of Linköping
Student feedback on "technical English", Trond Clausen, Telemark University
Games as learning method, Robert Grubbström, University of Linköping

17.00 End day 1

19.00 Dinner

DAY 2 - Thursday, April 28

09.00 Real-life and assessment

Experience-based learning in logistics, Christer Lindh, Royal Institute of Technology
Inter-disciplinary teamwork, Knut Ove Æsøy, University of Trondheim
"Real" student performance, Vladan Zdravkovic, ICIS

10.00 Coffee

10.30 Examination methods

Interview marking, Arnold Pears, Uppsala University
Written critique, Filip Sebek, Mälardalen University
Multiple choice, Raymond Lister, Technical University of Sydney

12.00 Lunch

13.30 Assessment & Learning

Assessment as active part in the learning process, Angela Lundberg, Luleå University of Technology
Apprenticeship Assessment, Michael Caspersen, Aarhus University
Automatic feedback and assessment as a tool for improving learning, Lauri Malmi, Helsinki University of Technology
Cooperative learning and new examination forms, Jens Ejbye Schmidt, Technical University of Denmark

15.00 Coffee

15.30 Reflections from Oxford & Discussion

Part-time engineering education, Jim Davies, Oxford University

16.30 Conclusion

Updated  2006-06-03 00:42:31 by Mats Daniels.