About the Judgment Concordance

The Centre for Applied Health Sciences Education (CPASS) of the University of Montreal describes the Judgment Concordance as an exercise that:
"consists of placing the participant before cases presented in short vignettes reflecting the complexity and ambiguity often encountered in professional practice. The task of the participant is to make judgements about the appropriateness or inappropriateness of professional or ethical behaviours.
The Concordance of Judgement does not pretend to show the ideal path of professional or ethical reasoning in a given situation. It provides an opportunity for repeated reflection in contexts that the participant is likely to encounter in practice. "

The students' answers are compared with answers previously given by members of an expert panel. Learners can then self-calibrate by finding out how their answer compares to those of the panel and explore the panel members' reasoning with the help of the justifications they have given for their answers.

The Judgement Concordance on Wooflash

When you create a Judgement Concordance question on Wooflash, you already have the experts' opinions.

Step 1: Create the question

Fill in the required fields (the case description and the question) and specify how many experts chose each proposal on the Likert scale.



Step 2: On the student side

Once the students have answered, they can compare their answers on the Likert scale with those of the experts.



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