QUOTE: “Teaching is leading students into a situation they can only escape by thinking”.
Pedagogical practices for developing student evaluative skills
Feedback was the theme of this year’s Assessment in Higher Education Conference held at the end of June 2018 in Manchester UK.
There is a growing body of work examining the features of ‘Dialogic Feedback’ (Ajjawi & Boud, 2018).
Gamification is a useful tool for promoting Student Persistence and Student Motivation.
In Classroom Assessment Techniques, Professor Tom Pusateri discusses how we can use feedback to improve our teaching.
A’s for enabling deep and lasting learning. The seven “A” concepts may seem familiar and Dr Griffin makes the sensible suggestion not to try and follow all of these in your own subject all at once!
“The amount of cheating in which students are willing to engage depends (in part) on the structure of the learning environment.”
Here is a little clip that Phil Hua has put together to help academics create their own video using a smartphone, uploading to YouTube and then embedding into their subject site. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLjRf2qL0QQ&feature=youtu.be
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