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Assessment of students in groups

Assessment of students in groups

Key elements of PBL are project- and group-based learning whereby students acquire knowledge and skills in their subject area, while they develop capacity for teamwork.This research focus is concerned with issues of assessments of students working in groups.


A case study : assessment of students competencies learning processes under POPBL. / Akbar, Dil; Rosenørn, Torben.
International POPBL Workshop. Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 2004.

Assessment Methods Reform : Teaching Staff’s Attitudes and Participation. / Duan, Xiaoju; Jiannong, Shi; Du, Xiangyun.
Change and Reform in Medicine and Health Education in China : A Teaching Staff's Perspective. red. / Xiangyun Du; Jiannong Shi; Yuhong Zhao; Baozhi Sun. Aalborg : River Publishers, 2012. s. 87-116.

Assessment of Creativity in Project-Organized Group (POG) for Developing Sustainable Pedagogy in Chinese Universities. / Zhou, Chunfang.
The 1st ARTEM Organizational Creativity International Conference . 2015.

Assessment of problem based project organized work as performed at Aalborg University. / Rosenørn, Torben.
Aalborg : Technology, Environment and Society, Department of Development and Planning, Aalborg University, 2006. p. 83-92.

Assessment of Project and Problem Based Learning. / Holgaard, Jette Egelund; Kolmos, Anette; Du, Xiangyun.
Joining Forces in Engineering Education towards Excellence: Proceedings SEFI and IGIP Joint Annual Conference 2007. ed. / László Szentirmai; Tibor Gyula Szarka. University of Miskolc, 2007.

Evaluation as a powerful practice in digital learning processes. / Sørensen, Birgitte Holm; Levinsen, Karin.
Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL-2014. Aalborg University. Copenhagen , Denmark. 30-31 October 2014. red. / Rikke Ørngreen; Karin Levinsen. Vol. 13 UK : Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2014. s. 503-511.

Group Project Assessment in a PBL Environment. / Stojcevski, Alex; Du, Xiangyun.
Research on PBL Practice in Engineering Education. ed. / Xiangyun Du; Erik de Graaff; Anette Kolmos. Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, 2009. p. 97-112.

Gruppeeksamen - tur-retur. / Kjær-Rasmussen, Lone Krogh; Jensen, Annie Aarup.
In: Cepra-Striben, Vol. 16, 2014, p. 48-55.

Kommentar : Velkommen tilbage til gruppeeksamen . / Rasmussen, Palle.
In: Information, 28.09.2011.

Portfolio as an Assessment Method in PBL. / Stojcevski, A.; Du, Xiangyun.
Proceedings of The International Conference on Engineering Education ICEE 2008: new Challenges in Engineering Education and Research in the 21st Century. ed. / Géza Várady. 2008.

Problem based learning in HE and new approaches to assessment. / Jensen, Annie Aarup; Krogh, Lone. 2008. Abstract from Innovative Teaching for a 21st Century Europe, Ross Priory, Loch Lomind, United Kingdom.

Problem based learning in Higher Education and new approaches to assessment as a consequence of new formal regulations. / Jensen, Annie Aarup; Krogh, Lone.2010. Paper presented at The 17th Improving Student Learning For the Twenty-First Century Learner, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom.

Problem based learning in Higher Education and new approaches to assessment. / Krogh, Lone; Jensen, Annie Aarup. 2008. Paper presented at Innovative Teaching for a 21st Century Europe, Ross Priory, Loch Lomind, United Kingdom.

Problem-based learning in Higher Education : new approaches to assessment. / Krogh, Lone; Jensen, Annie Aarup.
Improving Student Learning: For the Twenty-First Century Learner. ed. / Chris Rust. Oxford Brookes University, 2010.

Validiteten af eksamener på videregående uddannelser. / Krogh, Lone.
Målt & Vejet: Uddannelsesforskning om evaluering. ed. / Karen Andreasen; Nanna Friche; Annette Rasmussen. 1. ed. Aalborg : Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 2011. p. 109-132.

What are the goals for university education, and how can they be assessed? / Hansen, Inge-Lise; Rosenørn, Torben.
Entrepreneurship and new competences developed through POPBL and how do we assess this?. Mondragon University, 2005.