Skip to main content

Table 2 Staff responses (n = 10)

From: Using poster presentation to assess large classes: a case study of a first-year undergraduate module at a South African university

Statements% Disagree% Neutral% Agree
Assessment of student learning
 The poster preparation enabled students to show why they considered this MaD Community as a disadvantaged group00100
 The poster presentation allowed students to demonstrate how they had made a difference in this MAD Community00100
 The poster presentation allowed students to demonstrate their engagement in a meaningful and appropriate way around issues of HIV01090
 The poster presentation allowed students to demonstrate how they had learnt from the participants at the MAD site01090
 The poster and presentation demonstrated that students interacted with their groups01090
 Group work in the project and on the poster supported individual students to learn more than if they had worked alone00100
Assessment
 The poster presentations were a more efficient way to mark the work of 250 students than marking written assignments00100
 In my opinion the posters are a fair method to assess the group102070
 In my opinion the posters are a fair method to assess the individual student00100
 The marking rubric was appropriate to assess the poster presentation00100
Feedback
 In my opinion, the posters are an effective way to provide feedback to all students00100
 Interactions between staff and students allowed me to gain new insights into the scope of the community projects01090
 Sufficient time was allocated for each poster presentation01090
 Being part of the poster assessment team made the task of assessment more enjoyable00100
 Engaging with the poster presentation with others from the same / different discipline offered a learning opportunity for me01090