UCAS organized internal meetings on 23-25 June 2018 within “Transforming Assessment Practices in Large Enrollment First Year Education (TAP-Palestine)” project, which intended to discuss the update of designing the targeted courses and its classrooms as well as the coordination for the upcoming local Training in Nablus within TAP-Palestine project.
Dr. Mohammed Mushtaha, the project coordinator in UCAS welcomed the participated team and wished them a successful training mission in Nablus. He also re-mention the project purpose in improving assessment practices in foundational first-year education using Moodle platform. In this context, Mushtaha emphasizes the quality and efficiency in designing the courses.
Dr. Ali El-khateeb, Mrs. Aya El-Mashharawi, and Mr. Ibrahim Abu Marasa discussed in details the technical problem they faced in designing the courses in Variety assessment activities in terms of type and in terms of requirements