Doing Group Assessment: A Web Based Resource of Good Practice Case Studies

Peter Donnan, Coralie McCormack, Greg Battye, Ian Hart

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Abstract

This paper reports on a national project, Doing Group Assessment, based at the University of Canberra and funded by the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Inc., now the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC). The development of this web-based resource of good practice case-studies in group assessment in disciplines such as theatre, communication, film and theatre studies is outlined. The specific focus of the paper is on the question: Should a common group mark be awarded or should marks reflect differential inputs of group members? Five major strategies emerged from the case studies and these are described and contextualized within the discipline cluster
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEngaging Communities: Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA Annual Conference
EditorsMark Barrow, Katheryn Sutherland
Place of PublicationNew Zealand
PublisherHERDSA
Pages1-10
Number of pages10
Volume31
ISBN (Print)9780908557736
Publication statusPublished - 2008
Event2008 HERDSA Annual Conference Engaging Communities - , New Zealand
Duration: 1 Jul 20084 Jul 2008

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Conference2008 HERDSA Annual Conference Engaging Communities
CountryNew Zealand
Period1/07/084/07/08

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Donnan, P., McCormack, C., Battye, G., & Hart, I. (2008). Doing Group Assessment: A Web Based Resource of Good Practice Case Studies. In M. Barrow, & K. Sutherland (Eds.), Engaging Communities: Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA Annual Conference (Vol. 31, pp. 1-10). New Zealand: HERDSA.
Donnan, Peter ; McCormack, Coralie ; Battye, Greg ; Hart, Ian. / Doing Group Assessment: A Web Based Resource of Good Practice Case Studies. Engaging Communities: Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA Annual Conference. editor / Mark Barrow ; Katheryn Sutherland. Vol. 31 New Zealand : HERDSA, 2008. pp. 1-10
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Doing Group Assessment: A Web Based Resource of Good Practice Case Studies. / Donnan, Peter; McCormack, Coralie; Battye, Greg; Hart, Ian.

Engaging Communities: Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA Annual Conference. ed. / Mark Barrow; Katheryn Sutherland. Vol. 31 New Zealand : HERDSA, 2008. p. 1-10.

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Donnan P, McCormack C, Battye G, Hart I. Doing Group Assessment: A Web Based Resource of Good Practice Case Studies. In Barrow M, Sutherland K, editors, Engaging Communities: Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA Annual Conference. Vol. 31. New Zealand: HERDSA. 2008. p. 1-10