International Peer Assessment

Cecile Kruger, Michelle van Vliet, Lisebet Skeie Skarpaas, Cynthia Engels, Anja Christopher, Lucia Ramsey

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Abstract

The world has become a global village. Exchange programs give us opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from abroad. More and more do we relate with international colleagues, clients, costumers and rules & regulations. Working in an international environment requires new and additional competences. In order to prepare our students for this international environment, and to get a cultural perspective on occupational therapy, we created an assessment with international peers. In 2018, a pilot started with eight students from both Norway and the Netherlands. After presenting our pilot project at the ENOTHE congress in Portugal, the project continued with five universities. In 2019, 34 students from five countries were included in this project. In this presentation, we will share the learning outcomes for the students and experiences from all universities. We will also discuss the organizational aspects of implementing learning outcomes for international peer assessment in the curriculum.

Conference

ConferenceEuropean Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education
Abbreviated titleENOTHE
CountryGreece
CityAthens
Period17/10/1919/10/19

Fingerprint

student
occupational therapy
university
pilot project
Portugal
learning
Norway
Netherlands
regulation
curriculum
experience

Cite this

Kruger, C., van Vliet, M., Skeie Skarpaas, L., Engels, C., Christopher, A., & Ramsey, L. (2019). International Peer Assessment. 36. Abstract from European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education, Athens, Greece.
Kruger, Cecile ; van Vliet, Michelle ; Skeie Skarpaas, Lisebet ; Engels, Cynthia ; Christopher, Anja ; Ramsey, Lucia. / International Peer Assessment. Abstract from European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education, Athens, Greece.1 p.
@conference{52e98da93d744705bfe757d9e5f67f1d,
title = "International Peer Assessment",
abstract = "The world has become a global village. Exchange programs give us opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from abroad. More and more do we relate with international colleagues, clients, costumers and rules & regulations. Working in an international environment requires new and additional competences. In order to prepare our students for this international environment, and to get a cultural perspective on occupational therapy, we created an assessment with international peers. In 2018, a pilot started with eight students from both Norway and the Netherlands. After presenting our pilot project at the ENOTHE congress in Portugal, the project continued with five universities. In 2019, 34 students from five countries were included in this project. In this presentation, we will share the learning outcomes for the students and experiences from all universities. We will also discuss the organizational aspects of implementing learning outcomes for international peer assessment in the curriculum.",
author = "Cecile Kruger and {van Vliet}, Michelle and {Skeie Skarpaas}, Lisebet and Cynthia Engels and Anja Christopher and Lucia Ramsey",
year = "2019",
month = "10",
day = "18",
language = "English",
pages = "36",
note = "European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education : Annual Meeting, ENOTHE ; Conference date: 17-10-2019 Through 19-10-2019",

}

Kruger, C, van Vliet, M, Skeie Skarpaas, L, Engels, C, Christopher, A & Ramsey, L 2019, 'International Peer Assessment' European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education, Athens, Greece, 17/10/19 - 19/10/19, pp. 36.

International Peer Assessment. / Kruger, Cecile; van Vliet, Michelle; Skeie Skarpaas, Lisebet; Engels, Cynthia; Christopher, Anja ; Ramsey, Lucia.

2019. 36 Abstract from European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education, Athens, Greece.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

TY - CONF

T1 - International Peer Assessment

AU - Kruger, Cecile

AU - van Vliet, Michelle

AU - Skeie Skarpaas, Lisebet

AU - Engels, Cynthia

AU - Christopher, Anja

AU - Ramsey, Lucia

PY - 2019/10/18

Y1 - 2019/10/18

N2 - The world has become a global village. Exchange programs give us opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from abroad. More and more do we relate with international colleagues, clients, costumers and rules & regulations. Working in an international environment requires new and additional competences. In order to prepare our students for this international environment, and to get a cultural perspective on occupational therapy, we created an assessment with international peers. In 2018, a pilot started with eight students from both Norway and the Netherlands. After presenting our pilot project at the ENOTHE congress in Portugal, the project continued with five universities. In 2019, 34 students from five countries were included in this project. In this presentation, we will share the learning outcomes for the students and experiences from all universities. We will also discuss the organizational aspects of implementing learning outcomes for international peer assessment in the curriculum.

AB - The world has become a global village. Exchange programs give us opportunities to collaborate with colleagues from abroad. More and more do we relate with international colleagues, clients, costumers and rules & regulations. Working in an international environment requires new and additional competences. In order to prepare our students for this international environment, and to get a cultural perspective on occupational therapy, we created an assessment with international peers. In 2018, a pilot started with eight students from both Norway and the Netherlands. After presenting our pilot project at the ENOTHE congress in Portugal, the project continued with five universities. In 2019, 34 students from five countries were included in this project. In this presentation, we will share the learning outcomes for the students and experiences from all universities. We will also discuss the organizational aspects of implementing learning outcomes for international peer assessment in the curriculum.

M3 - Abstract

SP - 36

ER -

Kruger C, van Vliet M, Skeie Skarpaas L, Engels C, Christopher A, Ramsey L. International Peer Assessment. 2019. Abstract from European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education, Athens, Greece.