Associate Professor Naomi Sweller from Department of Psychology provided an overview of the two-stage final exam technique. This exam technique effectively turns the previously summative only exam into a formative (as well as summative) technique, as the students receive immediate feedback from their peers and consolidate knowledge themselves by teaching content to their peers. Further, this technique allows for the students’ desire to collaborate, without traditional tasks in which collaboration may result in cheating. 

Associate Professor Naomi Sweller is the unit convenor for Design and Statistics IV (PSYH4418) 

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Watch Associate Professor Naomi Sweller presentation below: 

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