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Register for the masterclass and focus group -11th July 12.30pm-4.30pm

‘Rethinking Assessment Practices in Higher Education’.

Thank you for registering for the masterclass and focus group. During the masterclass, you will learn about the lived experiences of both undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as public health educators from Monash and Warwick Universities.

This masterclass is part of the Monash-Warwick Alliance funded project, which aims to address the barriers that prevent public health educators from transitioning from traditional assessment practices to diverse, dynamic, authentic, and feedback-oriented assessments in higher education.

The masterclass will begin at 1:30 pm in Room A0.30 of Warwick Medical School. Lunch will be provided afterward, followed by a 60-minute focus group session. The focus group will provide valuable insights into potential barriers to implementing effective assessment strategies among public health educators. Additionally, they will serve as a platform for collaboration and support among fellow educators who share similar experiences in teaching public health.

For more information about the focus group and the scope of the project, please consult the Participant Information Leaflet hereLink opens in a new window.

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