Focus On: Feedback from Assessment Web Week

Thanks to Jacky Mack, Head of Academic Services for sharing

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Focus On: Feedback from Assessment Web Week

Following our successful Focus On sector event in March, we are pleased to bring you a series of web-based events and activities on Feedback from Assessment. These lunchtime sessions will take place during the week of 25-29 June and are free to attend.

Tuesday 26 June 2018, 13:30 – 14:15

Webinar: What are student perceptions of good feedback from assessment? An exploration of Student Led Teaching Award nomination data to explore student views on good practice

Dr Alison Gilmour, Open University in Scotland

This sessions looks at nomination data from Student Led Teaching Awards. It will identify key themes within the nomination data reviewed, and will invite discussion through considering recommendations and questions for the sector emerging from the data analysis.

Register: http://www.qaa.ac.uk/scotland/news-events/events/what-are-student-perceptions-of-good-feedback-from-assessment
Wednesday 27 June 2018, 13:00 – 13:45
Tweetchat: We need to talk about feedback: How do we support students to develop feedback literacy?

  • Dr Edd Pitt, Lecturer in Higher Education and Academic Practice, University of Kent (@edd_pitt)
  • Professor Susan Rhind, Chair of Veterinary Education and Assistant Principal Assessment and Feedback, University of Edinburgh (@SMR_VMED)
  • Dr Amanda Sykes, Senior Academic and Digital Development Adviser, University of Glasgow (@DrAmandaSykes)

The work of Carless and Boud (2018) and Winstone et al (2017) shows that effective feedback depends not only on the skill, intention, and approach of the assessor, but on students’ understanding of the process of feedback on assessment. This tweetchat will provide a forum for discussion. How do we support students in the transition from passive to active and engaged recipients of assessment feedback? Please join @QAAScotland on Twitter using the hashtag #unifeedbackready on Weds 27 June at 13:00 to take part in the conversation.

Thursday 28 June 2018, 13:30 – 14:15

Webinar: Practical and Peer-Assessment Video evidence with Equine, Arboriculture and Vet Nursing Students

Ali Hastie, Scotland’s Rural College

This webinar will showcase two multi-award-winning projects by Equine and Arboriculture students. The students video recorded digital evidence showcasing their practical knowledge, skills and experiences  and embedded this within their e-Portfolios to be e-Assessed. The Webinar will also cover the new team-based HNC Vet Nursing Graded Unit project, where working collaboratively student teams peer reviewed another graded Unit team’s video presentations within Moodle.

Register: http://www.qaa.ac.uk/scotland/news-events/events/webinar-practical-and-peer-assessment-video-evidence-with-equine-arboriculture-and-vet-nursing-students

Friday 29 June 2018 13:30 – 14:00

Webinar: “Do You Even Twitch?” Exploring Applications of Video Feedback in Higher Education

Dr Greg Bremner and Ryan Locke, Abertay University

This webinar will explore the surprising roots of our initial explorations into video feedback, the methods we use and what inspired them. We will show you how we apply video feedback in areas as diverse as art and economics – from pieces of design coursework to written PhD chapters, in our feedback and assessment practice. Finally we would like you to consider how these feedback approaches may fit into your disciplinary area and what potential advantages, or disadvantages, forms of video feedback might have for you and your students.

Register: http://www.qaa.ac.uk/scotland/news-events/events/webinar-do-you-even-twitch

Read more about Focus On: Feedback from Assessment on our project website.

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