The final learning assessment, expressed in thirtieths, is the result of a continuous evaluation that will establish the final mark, according to this schedule:
1. Written tests: 60%
2. Student’s PowerPoint presentation (flipped classrooms): 25%
3. Discussion of PowerPoint presentation from a colleague: 10%
4. Extra points in classroom for questions, interventions, suggestions, critical reading: 5%
Students may choose how to achieve point from written tests (60%):
OPTION 1: two written test (importance 30% each) presented with multiple choice questions and/or open questions to explore the knowledge of the concepts developed in the course and the logical interpretation and integrated knowledge of various topics. The first written test is scheduled when PART 1 and PART2 of the program are completed. The second written test, focused on topics of PART 3, 4 and 5, is held at the end of the course.
OPTION 2: one written test (importance 60%) presented with multiple choice questions and/or open questions, focused on all the topics of the course, scheduled at the end of the course.
The written test aims to ascertaining the knowledge of the main topics of the course and to establishing the ability acquired by the student to critically analyze the main step of fertilization and embryo development. Moreover, the student will have to demonstrate the ability to apply the guidelines for in vitro embryo grading.
The individual public presentation of an assigned topic aims to evaluate the achievement of a complete overview of the treated topic, as well as the discussion of a presentation from a colleague aims to ascertaining the development of a critical reading of the literature in this fields and to stimulate the proactive attitude and a proper interactive participation of the students.