Posts By: aluce

Launch of the Additional Learning Support (ALS) Research Hub

 Launch of Research Hub The BU Additional Learning Support (ALS) Department has recently launched a research hub: Research@ALS. Aim of the Research Hub The aim of the Research Hub is to provide an ALS centre for the fusion of innovative research and application into our day to day professional practice. Inform, Evolve, Change  The ALS… Read more »

Short courses – MA Education Practice provision

The new year is full of options! Here are four of them – Come and join us! These 20-credit bearing units are linked to the MA Education Practice Successful completion of three assessments contributes credits to the second year of the Masters if you already have a PGCert (which is year 1 of the MA). You can… Read more »

Assessment and Feedback Toolkit now available!

Colleagues, We are delighted to announce the launch of CEL’s Assessment and Feedback Toolkit, found here:  https://staffintranet.bournemouth.ac.uk/aboutbu/professionalservices/centreforexcellenceinlearning/assessmentandfeedbacktoolkit/ This is a ‘live’ toolkit, so we will be adding and updating it regularly; we hope there are enough resources on here at the moment to support you all with the documentation changes for 6C. Please note we… Read more »

6C Solutions: Workshops to help with documentation

If you are in need of support to complete the documentation to implement 6C, please sign up for one of these workshops with Organisational Development: OD@bournemouth.ac.uk 6C Solutions: Implementing good practice in assessment and feedback. This two-hour workshop will support as assessment for learning approach to complete the 6C documentation. We have 2-hour slots available… Read more »

6C: Assessment Equivalencies – what you need to know!

A point of clarification regarding 6C Assessment Equivalencies by: Anne Quinney, Theme Leader for Assessment & Feedback & Ann Luce, Theme Leader for Technology-Enhanced Learning As you work on amending your assessments to align with the new Principles of Assessment Design Policy (6c) you may be wondering if BU has an equivalency table. BU does not currently have an equivalency table. There… Read more »

Using the ‘Forest’ app for time management

Dr. Emmy van den Heuvel is a Lecturer in in Psychology. Here she shares how she uses the ‘Forest’ app for time management. Contact her at: mvandenheuvel@bournemouth.ac.uk for more information! Although I don’t normally use technology for time/project management, this app really helped me to focus more and procrastinate less. The app is called ‘Forest’ (https://www.forestapp.cc/en/) and… Read more »

Short courses – MA Education Practice provision

The new year is full of options! Here are four of them – Come and join us! These 20-credit bearing units are linked to the MA Education Practice Successful completion of three assessments contributes credits to the second year of the Masters if you already have a PGCert (which is year 1 of the MA). You can… Read more »

How did I get here? Where am I going?

Do you want think about your next career development move, plan activities for the forth coming academic year to feed into your pay, progression and promotion? Staff Development and Engagement Calendar of Events https://staffintranet.bournemouth.ac.uk/workingatbu/staffdevelopmentandengagement/calendarofevents/ Wednesday 26th September and Wednesday 12th December Developing your Academic Identity https://staffintranet.bournemouth.ac.uk/workingatbu/staffdevelopmentandengagement/rolecareerdevelopment/academiccareerdevelopment/developing/

Autumn of 6C: Essential Workshops

6C Essentials: This interactive session will identify what you currently know about 6C, what you need to know and what the next steps are. It will incorporate good practice, the principles and processes of high quality student-centred assessment, learning, and feedback specifically focusing on the move from assessment of learning to assessment for learning (Sambell… Read more »

CEL Spam? We’re so sorry!!

Hi Everyone, Our CEL Blog seems to have been caught up in the IT challenges the university has been facing over the last week. Our sincerest apologies for the hundreds of CEL digest emails that may have appeared in your inbox this morning. We are working with IT services to resolve the problem. We do… Read more »