15 September, 2023
1:00 am - 2:00 am

This webinar is organised by the National Association of Enabling Educators Australia (NAEEA).

The primary purpose of assessment is to provide evidence that students are meeting learning outcomes by promoting student learning. Generative AI (genAI) tools such as ChatGPT have raised concerns about students using such tools to complete assessment tasks, potentially compromising the assurance that assessment tasks are providing an indication of student learning. At the same time, however, genAI presents educators with an opportunity to reflect on their assessment practices, and possibilities for preparing students in an age of genAI to understand and engage with these tools ethically and authentically. Given how suddenly genAI appeared, many educators have been left scrambling to determine how to revise assessment practices so that pedagogies of transition and care are maintained, while still properly evaluating student learning. The aim of this webinar then is to start a conversation about assessment design in enabling education to assist enabling educators with the transition to the age of genAI.

Join the conversation with Liz Goode (Southern Cross University) and James Valentine (Charles Darwin University), and panel members:

  • Michael Brickhill, Southern Cross University
  • Nick Pratt, University of Notre Dame
  • Amita Krautloher, Charles Sturt University
  • Tamra Ulpen, Uni SA College
  • John Pike, Uni SA College

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Posted by Kylie Coaldrake

Learning and Teaching Development Coordinator Office of PVC (Learning and Teaching)