Getting the Most out of Assessment and Feedback – Monday 16th November 2020 @ 14:00hrs.
Academic colleagues will be supported to reflect on and craft a principled, evidence-informed approach to devising flexible assessment and feedback strategies, gaining valuable insights and practical guidance into ways they might optimise their own assessment practices for themselves and their students…
Prioritising flexible assessment arrangements in a hybrid model means shifting on to more sustainable approaches designs that are sensitive to the needs and circumstances of students, giving them more control and ownership over assessment processes. ‘Flexibility’ in assessment is about responding to students’ individual learning needs as well as needs of the curriculum. The key is making assessment relevant to the learner.
Recent published guidance around the need to develop Flexible Assessment for a Hybrid Model outlines the importance for assessment arrangements to be responsive to the requirements of a hybrid model of learning and teaching and the possibility of a combination of on-campus and online delivery from September 2020…
This workshop is an opportunity for colleagues to engage with and reflect on different models for effective assessment and feedback practices and to gain valuable insights and practical guidance into ways they might optimise their own assessment practices for themselves
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