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Do you know who we are? We think you should! Developing effective engagement strategies for in-work students
project: "Going beyond ‘you said, we did’ approaches to student engagement: developing effective co-design ... Further details of the project and our plans for further development of this work are available by ... staff- and draw upon evidence emerging from the project. The objectives of this project are to: ...
We're supposed to be on a level playing field, so why should I know better than you? Addressing the interpersonal challenges of peer assessment and feedback
A presentation from the STEM Annual Conference 2014. ...
I mean—refer to these beliefs about ability as self-efficacy. You could call it confidence but that would be ... capable of success do? We know in general terms that self-efficacious (big unwieldy term I know, but hey ... likely to succeed. Not knowing this makes it difficult to fully exploit the potential advantages of ...
seminars? And how do you know? Further Reading S Griffiths & P Partington, Enabling Active Learning in ... br_hca_historyseminars_xxxxxxxx.pdf Effective Teaching in History Seminars Issues History seminars ... what purposes do you use seminars on the modules on which you teach? What do you think are the key application/pdf attached to:Effective Teaching in History Seminars
effectiveness of written feedback at both universities. The paper presents a more detailed analysis specifically ... this paper was carried out by the Formative Assessment in Science Teaching (FAST) project during the ... effectiveness of different types of written feedback, and asked "if a comment is made, what do you expect ...