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Teacher stories: "How I replaced one proctored campus exam with a home exam" (SWE)

Documentation from Lunch 'n' Learn 29 September 2020

Published Oct 01, 2020

Viggo Kann describes how quizzes and master's tests, with written and oral presentation, can successfully replace proctored campus exams, even in courses with large student groups. Here you find the documentation (film and link to presentation, in Swedish) from the webinar.

See the webinar in Swedish

[The video initially only has machine-generated captions but these will be updated with manual editing of subtitles that better matches the content.]

About the webinar

The starting point for the webinar is the course Algorithms, data structures and complexity. Both the theory part and the problem part of the exam in the course Algorithms, computer structures and complexity have been replaced by another examination: a peer-reviewed theory quiz and two individual master's tests. The course is compulsory for the third year students of the computer technology program with over 200 registered students. The examination form has been developed over a long series of years and will not take place on campus to any extent this autumn. The assessment is made according to carefully specified assessment criteria and the examination is fitted into the course so that the students will learn as much as possible.

Presentation file

The presentation material is available in the tab "Attachments" when you are logged in to KTH Play (log in at the top right of KTH Play)

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