The teacher offers formative and summative quizzes accessible from the course's Moodle space.
The first ones, which are not graded, allow students to check their understanding of the course. They consist of true-false, matching (a list of possibilities to be linked) and multiple choice questions.
The second one, graded this time, accompanies the practical work (TP). Students must complete the practical work after which they have the opportunity to reread the course if necessary before completing a quiz. These quizzes include questions directly related to the practical work as well as more theoretical questions. The handing in of the practical course is a condition sine qua non in order to be able to fill in the quiz and have it marked. Only the answers to the quizzes count for the student's grade in the practical course.
The last ones are those proposed by the teacher for the final evaluation of the course. They are composed of 2 to 3 open-ended questions and MCQs with one or more possible answers.
One of the proposed assignments is accompanied by a peer evaluation. Each student completes 3 research papers and submits them to Moodle. The student must then evaluate and comment on 3 of the assignments submitted by his/her peers. To carry out this evaluation, the student is provided with an evaluation grid that lists the points of interest to be paid attention to during the correction. The average of the scores received from the peer evaluation is the student's grade for this assignment.