The benefit to students is in the engaging nature of the tasks that allow students to bring their own experience to the context of the subject material for effective learning and development of lifelong learning skills.
Feedback was the theme of this year’s Assessment in Higher Education Conference held at the end of June 2018 in Manchester UK.
Gamification is a useful tool for promoting Student Persistence and Student Motivation.
In Taking the Class Temperature, Moore & Arnold suggest that we also need to look at affective feedback to best promote positive learning outcomes for all students.
360-Degree Assessment combines peer assessment, self-assessment and instructor assessment to provide feedback for growth and development of student learning.
In Classroom Assessment Techniques, Professor Tom Pusateri discusses how we can use feedback to improve our teaching.
Would you like to add some engaging visual content to your subject? You can find both Australian and international content in the Library’s video databases. See how to make clips and how to embed content in your Interact site. Presented by librarian Carole Gerts. Watch the webinar here.
Do you want to know more about how eBooks can be used in your teaching? This webinar explains some of the different licences available and how students can print and copy from eBooks. Presented by librarian Carole Gerts Watch the webinar here.
Julie takes a deeper look at essential strategies for online meetings and how to foster interaction with & between students. Recording: http://tinyurl.com/BBonline1Rec PDF file: http://tinyurl.com/BBonline1PDF Blog post: http://tinyurl.com/BBonline1Blog
Led by Phillip this session shared 3 easy steps on how to engage and get students do what you want them to do using video presentations – an important part of Teacher Presence and learning communities. Recording: http://tinyurl.com/BBvideo1Rec PDF file: http://tinyurl.com/BBvideo1PDF