Assessing subject learning outcomes is the main focus of assessment, so analysing what you are looking for in the outcomes can help you define what skills and knowledge you are asking students to demonstrate.
As we approach a traditional time of a well-earned break in the academic calendar, we are challenged to get the balance right and make time for our personal replenishment.
Where are the case studies and articles that help us to identify and celebrate our personal teaching triumphs?
In this bulletin, we link to a practical presentation with some good ideas for right now and for approaching the coming year. The further reading includes links to inspire our ongoing academic professional journey.
You have the opportunity to take an active role in your own ongoing professional learning and development.
Writing criteria and standards is a tough challenge many of us would rather prioritise to the bottom of the list!
Establishing teacher presence in the online learning environment presents challenges that do not exist in the physical classroom.
Reflective practice has become a key goal of modern education programs because of its recognised benefits in helping us to make meaning of our experiences and to transform them into knowledge for future action.
As teachers, our two main approaches to reflective practice for students involve equipping students with the necessary skills and resources and also assessing critical reflection learning outcomes.
Reflective practice is a key learning skill that we teach and assess in our students. Reflection on teaching is also a vital practice for educators in the higher education sector.