New Assessment Method for Public International Law
flagPázmány Péter Catholic University

  • 04 – Business, administration and law

3. Innovative student’s learning assessment
  • Effective and safe ways and methods of online assessment
  • Gamified, flexible, student centered assessment
  • Assessment of transversal skill development
  • Assessment of employability skills to align with labour market needs

While legal teaching

Tools, equipment, technology used
Outcomes and outputs, main results
Lessons learnt
Adaptability and sustainability of the best practice (for other institutions)
Promotion of best practice
Scope and impact
  • Course/department level
  • Faculty level
  • National level
  • EU/EHEA/International level

6.1 Digitalization
  • Outstanding, innovative, excellent practices of online / blended / hybrid learning
  • Digital skills development and assessment both general and profession-related, embedded in course design, in teaching and assessment
  • Digital scientific sources used in T&L

Reasoning: This project intends to import distance learning in legal education through the example of international law.

6.2 Internationalization
  • Other:

    The course content is essentially international.

Reasoning: The evaluation encourages law students not only to consider but to correctly find and use relevant legal sources outside their own domestic legal framework. International law is often perceived as something exotic and distant system, while the method subject to this project helps to bring it closer to ordinary lawyers of the future.

6.3 Inclusion and diversity, universal design
  • Inclusive course design, universally designed divers activities to meet special students' needs
  • Alternative, flexible assessment methods for students with special needs

Reasoning: Students were encouraged to seek out teachers if they need technical assistance or if they require support in obtaining the necessary technical apparatus (laptops, etc.) Students with disabilities can pass the exam in a way befitting their individual conditions. People with motoric challenges in their hand or sight impaired may present their arguments orally after the given amount of time. People with dyslexia can have a prolonged preparation time

6.4 Sustainability
  • Sustainability goals are addressed in the course(s)
  • Teaching material contains profession related sustainability aspects

Reasoning: The UN SDG as such is part of the course subject to the evaluation method. Goals 4, 5, 10, 16 and 17 are addressed in details as well as migration and environmental protection.

3.3 Public contact datas
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Tamas Adany