Student assessment practices at TUM: Project reports

The objectives of the Bologna Reform are not limited to the standardi­zation of edu­cational structures, but include raising the quality of edu­cation, as such. The requisite trans­formation from a focus on “input” to one on “out­put” means, in short, that it is not only what is taught that matters, but what is actually learned. This shift in focus is intended to foster the develop­ment of both specialist know­ledge and extra-­disciplinary compe­tencies that students can apply flexibly and practi­cally through­out their aca­demic and professional careers. 

As a result of this change in empha­sis, higher education is con­fronted with new didactic and orangiza­tional challenges: the focus on compe­tencies and student-centered teaching are central demands of this reform that encounter the markedly different ideas of instructors and students in everyday univer­sity life. 

Kontakt

Susanne Klatten-Stiftungs­lehrstuhl für Empirische Bildungs­forschung
TUM School of Education

Schellingstraße 33
80799 München

Prof. Dr. Manfred Prenzel
Tel +49.89.289.25242
manfred.prenzel@tum.de

Dr. Alexandra Strasser
Tel +49.89.289.25207
strasser@prolehre.tum.de 

Dr. Emil Ratko-Dehnert 
Tel +49.89.289.25403
emil.ratko-dehnert@prolehre.tum.de 

Kontakt

Susanne Klatten-Stiftungs­lehrstuhl für Empirische Bildungs­forschung
TUM School of Education

Schellingstraße 33
80799 München

Prof. Dr. Manfred Prenzel
Tel +49.89.289.25242
manfred.prenzel@tum.de

Dr. Alexandra Strasser
Tel +49.89.289.25207
strasser@prolehre.tum.de 

Dr. Emil Ratko-Dehnert 
Tel +49.89.289.25403
emil.ratko-dehnert@prolehre.tum.de 

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