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Thursday, April 26 • 13:15 - 14:30
Project relay workshop: experience an innovative way of working with peer feedback and peer appraisal

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The project relay is aimed at providing learners with the opportunity to practice their skills through repeated application and feedback. We call it a relay because – like in athletics – learners “run” part of a race, while other learners do their part. However, a project relay is not a race, but a series of hands-on online exercises where learners have to review, and then build on, the work of others. In a relay, assignments are divided into consecutive steps. A learner conducts one step of an assignment, which is then anonymously passed on to another learner, who will review and appraise that step, and build on it to do the next step of the assignment. This next step is then passed on to the next learner, and so on. In principle, the project relay is applicable for any type of open ended assignment that can be divided into consecutive steps. A generic and flexible (open source) ICT-platform has been developed to allow instructors to run relays. To experience the relay way of working, the participants of this interactive action lab session will conduct a three-step demo relay.

 Note: a presentation on the project relay system will be delivered on the Tuesday of the conference. That presentation will focus on the background of the relay, the lessons learnt using the relay in campus education, and the integration into MOOCs. This action lab is a hands-on workshop using the relay software. It is not necessary to attend the presentation on Tuesday to take part in this workshop. The workshop participants will work in pairs. If you have a laptop, please bring it to the workshop.


Pieter Bots

Delft University of Technology

Els van Daalen

Delft University of Technology

Thursday April 26, 2018 13:15 - 14:30 CEST
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