Keynote: Assessment of STEM students – Time for a change
What skills and capabilities will our STEM students need as they live and work in a world dominated by ubiquitous technology, increasing uncertainty and profound complexity? How must our assessment practices change? Professor Geoff Crisp PFHEA, PVC Education at UNSW, will examine the implications of this new educational environment and reflect on how STEM disciplines can provide more authentic and valuable expressions of student learning aligned with the requirements of this brave new world.
With a focus on technology enhanced, interactive and participatory learning, speakers from across both Colleges of Science and other areas of ANU will also engage the audience with highlights of Science teaching.