Is there an ideal assessment method to evaluate academic knowledge, team work and interpersonnal skills in a PBL process ?

Abstract : Issues concerning learning assessments are presented, extracted from a PBL experience. Aiming at improving the current PBL second session, proposals of solutions to the risk of too many assessments, the students' disappointment facing the trade-off between daily work and formal evaluation, and interpersonal skills and team work assessments, are explained and proposed for discussion.
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Adrien Barrot, Christine Barrot, Bertrand Doucet, Wissam Karam, Emmanuel Rodriguez. Is there an ideal assessment method to evaluate academic knowledge, team work and interpersonnal skills in a PBL process ?. Active Learning in Engineering Education (ALE 2007), Jun 2007, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02423349⟩

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