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http://learn1.open.ac.uk/mod/oublog/view.php?user=42396&tag=hea New to teaching workshops scheduled for 2014/15 are listed below. These workshops are free to ... participating in one of our ‘new to teaching’ workshops, facilitated by Karen Fraser (HEA Consultant in Academic ... attend for staff from subscribing institutions: New-to-teaching in the Social Sciences, 21 May 2015, ...Blog
HEA is pleased to be able to support the sector by offering insights into learning experiences on ... MOOCs through both of these research reports.” Notes to editors 1. The HEA’s focus on learning and ... is the only undergraduate survey in the UK to focus on student engagement. UKES is based on the ...News
is a chance to think about how we put the significant resources devoted to assessment to better use ... to support students’ learning; and to improve assessment’s fitness for purpose more generally. ... and exchange and of higher education (HE) assessment practices by supporting staff at all levels to ...Blog
concise to not be overwhelming to students and staff, but also sufficiently detailed and clear in order to ... rubric, any assessment represents the learning and teaching that has been undertaken, and it is clear to ... assess. It can also be made clearer to students throughout their studies that assessment will be marked ...Blog
like…..but this blog focuses on the new to teaching HE experience. So when you read this blog, you may be ... opportunity to share your thoughts on what new to teaching looks like across the disciplines and how ... academia or you could even be right in the middle of your new to teaching time; either way it would be ...Blog