LB1: 09:50 - 18:30 trim2 Integrated Assessment with Simon, David, Ine, Steve, Barend and Javi [in the large project space]
PLEASE NOTE THIS SCHEDULE IS ADJUSTED TO MAKE EACH ASSESSMENT A FIFTY MINUTE PERIOD
- 09:50 - 10:40 Andreas
- 10:40 - 11:30 Jue
- 11:30 - 12:20 Felix
- 12:20 - 13:00 -lunch
- 13.00 - 13.50 Ugo
- 13:50 - 14:40 Susanna
- 14:40 - 15:30 Marieke
- 15:30 - 16:20 Ana Brumat
- 16:20 - 17:10 Sonia
- 17:10 - 18:00 Mia
- 18:00 - 18:50 Cem
- ARCHIVING YOUR WORK IN ADVANCE OF THE EXAM: : DELIVERY OF MATERIAL TO THE ARCHIVING MACHINE
- ASSESSMENT FORMAT:
- 20 minutes: initial student presentation
- 5 minutes: the panel can ask questions regarding the material you have presented both both orally and in advance.
- 5 Minutes: we ask you to leave, so the panel can discuss your research and presentation
- 20 minutes: the panel will discuss with you your research and give you feedback.
from the Handbook 2018-2019, page 29 5.3 Integrated Formative Assessment (Trimester 2) The first integrated assessment is held in the end of the second trimester.
Specific Assessment Criteria for Integrated Assessment (Trimester 2)
At this juncture you are expected to prepare presentation of the work and research you have undertaken so far, and discuss with a team of tutors what you have learned, and how you might steer the next phase of your studies.
In other words we would like you to show us the purpose, the the methods and the outputs of the research you have been undertaking in your first two terms at PZI. We want to see primarily the work you have been undertaking as your self-directed research, but we are also interested in how you have engaged with -- and what you have taken from -- the TOOLBOX seminars and the THEMATIC PROJECTS, as well as methods you have developed in your READING WRITING & RESEARCH METHODS seminar. You are required to make a presentation with visual support: please show us concrete examples of the visual work and any prototypes you have developed in the two terms, as well as describing your research thinking and procedures. We want to know what you are making, how you are making it, and why you are making it.
Prior to the assessment process you must deposit archival versions of the material you wish to submit for examination on the ARCHIVE TOWER in the study prior to the presentation. (any questions about this please address to the Course Director.) We will not pass people who have not delivered appropriate documentation of their work on time.
This integrated assessment is called Self-Evaluation, because it is a moment for not only staff to assess where you are, but also an opportunity for you to reflect on what you have done so far. In other words, it is intended as a moment to take stock in terms what you have done, and elaborate on further developing interests (both conceptually and technically). Crucial to this assessment is your capacity not just to show your successful projects, but your ability to reflect on points of improvement - in other words, the ability to talk about your failed experiments, and what you have learned from them, is just as important as speaking about what worked and why.
Each assessment looks at a more substantial, precise and complete body of research and work, and thus gives more insight into your practice and working methodologies.
For each of these assessments criteria have been formulated that do directly relate and incorporate the learning outcomes of the three modules and the independent work and research, individual tutorials, thematic projects and group critiques you will have engaged in. But essential in each of the integrated assessments, however, are your own developing criteria, which are specific to your practice and essential to your abilities as an independent practitioner.
Any integrated assessment will take the specificities of your own practice into account, and will also ask which criteria you have developed for your own work and how you have employed them in taking decisions in developing your practice.
Passing this integrated formative assessment allows the ECTS for the first two terms of self-directed research to be awarded.