Assessment for Learning in Higher Education (SEDA Series)
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When deciding upon required and recommended reading lists, the typical questions which can be used to represent this process often include: what needs to be learnt? When were the most recent relevant texts published? The latter emphasises the importance of currency and up to date knowledge when selecting sources. These questions make for reading lists that are made up from rather superficial choices.
There thus seems to be a forgotten stage of critical questioning which should be considered beforehand. This stage is one that explores the deeper levels of learning which students will hopefully achieve, reflection by the academic themselves upon the choices they make in terms of course design and selection, and engagement between academics and library staff to form a more thoughtful decolonised curricula. In this chapter Shpend Voca attempts to break the cycle of student passivity that goes hand in hand with lecturing as the dominant form of teaching.
The aim of his teaching innovation was to increase the quantity and quality of student contributions during the teaching process and the methodology he used to achieve this goal was having students work in pairs.
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Two four-minute blocks were included in six of his fifteen lectures. During these blocks, students working in pairs would share their experiences, if they thought they had learnt anything new during the discussion, or to raise questions. The traditional, leading place of lectures in university education has been undermined since the second half of the 20th century Gibbs, ; Rhett, Although many university teachers still think that lectures are the best way to convey knowledge, this view is not supported by pedagogic research.
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All this together gives support to the constructivist model of education. Higher Education institutions offer doctoral researchers a variety of provisions designed to support the development of postgraduate researchers PGRs. Services Careers service Certificates and transcripts References Graduation ceremonies Further study discounts.
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Our Faculties Arts, Design and Media. Go to the About us section. Enter a search term Manage Privacy. The various courses cover: learning and teaching models styles and practical techniques supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate level getting to grips with documentation effective assessment exploring academic practice and contemporary issues in Higher Education and much more We also have a brand new course specifically for students who are involved in engagement initiatives. Who is this course for? What will you get? On completion of the course and associated assessment having met all the SEDA outcomes and values , participants will be awarded a nationally recognised certificate The course will expand your knowledge and skills to support and guide undergraduate students through the research process, allow you to review your practice, identify professional development goals and create an action plan What does the course offer?
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What do previous participants say about it? Supervising Master's Degree Research. This is a SEDA accredited course. Preparing Postgraduate Researchers to Teach. This includes those studying full or part time towards an MPhil or PhD and those employed as Graduate Teaching Assistants This course is free for all of the above What do you have to do? Attend all four days of the course Run at least one teaching session and observe one teaching session Take part in a viva to review, reflect and discuss your teaching, leading to a short presentation Produce a word essay What will you get?
On completion of the course and associated assessment having met all the SEDA outcomes and values , participants will be awarded a nationally recognised certificate The course provides an introduction to philosophies, techniques and values that under- pin learning and teaching. It equips you with knowledge and skills to facilitate and support learning in a variety of situations Programme is mapped against Descriptor 1 Associate Fellow of HEA. What does the course offer? Supporting Learning and Teaching for Visiting Tutors. Attend both sessions of the course Produce a portfolio containing: a discussion of what learning and teaching means to you and how this defines you as a teacher in Higher Education, a report and analysis of a technique used in a teaching session, an evaluation of yourself as a teacher and an identification of your goals and priorities What will you get?
On completion of the course and associated assessment having met all the SEDA outcomes and values , participants will be awarded a nationally recognised certificate The course aim is to equip you with knowledge and skills to enhance the learning experience of Higher Education students. It covers different concepts, models and theories to inform professional practice and enhance skills.
Quality assurance and enhancement; assessment, marking and feedback are also integral to this programme What does the course offer?
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Community of Practice Around Research Supervision. This programme has been designed for both new and experienced research supervisors It is free for all BCU staff What does the course offer? The professional development model is structured around five conversations: Who am I as a participant of this community of practice? What prior knowledge do I bring to the practice of research supervision?