Meetup: 02 – Assessment

The second #DistanceDesignEd Meetup was held on Tuesday 24 March on the subject of Assessment.

The live note document is here and this also has a capture of the text chat. Please keep adding to this (resources, comments, ideas). We’ll post soon with a a summary on the topic.

Thanks to all contributors so far and a huge thank you to everyone who took part in the meetup!

The recording is here:

Once again, a huge thank you to everyone who took part in the meetup and to everyone watching and listening to the recordings.

See you all at the next one.

Published by Derek Jones

Derek Jones is a Senior Lecturer in Design at The Open University (UK), part of the OU Design Group, and the Convenor of the DRS Pedagogy SIG. His main research interests are: the pedagogy of design and creativity, embodied cognition in physical and virtual environments, and theories of design knowledge.

3 thoughts on “Meetup: 02 – Assessment

  1. Dear all, I would like to join the next meetup. Where can I get info about the schedule?

    Thank you, Hadas *____________* *Hadas Sopher, M.Arch* *, PhD candidateTechnion – Israel Institute of Technology* https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6565-6949 https://sopherhadas.wixsite.com/website +972 52 4779 219

    ‫בתאריך יום ג׳, 24 במרץ 2020 ב-17:10 מאת ‪Distance Design Education‬‏ :‬

    > plug103 posted: ” The second #DistanceDesignEd Meetup was held on Tuesday > 24 March on the subject of Assessment. The LiveNote document is here and > this also has a capture of the text chat. Please keep adding to this > (resources, comments, ideas). We’ll post soon with a” >

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