Share Paper: Interactive oral assessments: Pedagogical and policy considerations

  1. Danielle Logan, Griffith University, Australia
  2. Popi Sotiriadou, Griffith University, Australia
  3. Amanda Daly, Griffith University, Australia
  4. Ross Guest, Griffith University, Australia
Friday, October 20 11:50 AM-12:10 PM Junior Ballroom B

Abstract: In the context of significant growth in online learning, promoting academic integrity and authenticity in assessment continues to present a priority and a challenge for educational institutions Moreover, developing graduates who are ready for employment within the global market has also evolved as a strategic priority for tertiary institutions This paper presents a two-phase study which used a suite of scaffolded authentic assessments culminating in interactive oral assessments A follow up survey evaluated student experiences and perceptions of the effectiveness of the interactive oral in terms of its authenticity and explored the role of this assessment in minimising academic misconduct ...