Panel Chair – Prof Sally Jordan (Open university, UK)
This is a joint webinar was organised with the Assessment in Higher Education conference secretariat.
This 1 hour session featured selected speakers from the Assessment in Higher Education conference (28-29 June 2017).
This webinar session took the form of a panel style review of some of the key messages from selected papers presented at the AHE2017 conference. Each panel member contributed to the discussion with a short overview of their presentation from the conference followed by questions and discussion between the panel and the webinar participants.
- Carole* Sutton, Jane Collings, and Joanne Sellick (Plymouth University, UK) ‘Models of Examination Feedback‘
- Catherine Robinson and Judy* Cohen (University of Kent, UK) ‘Exploring the effects of radical change to assessment and feedback processes: Applying Team-based learning in a social science module‘
- Liz* Austen, Cathy Malone (Sheffield Hallam University, UK) ‘Exploring student perceptions of effective feedback‘
* Spoke during this sesion.
A set of abstracts of each speaker’s presentation.
- Slide Set: TA_webinar_5_jul_2017_slides.pdf [2.1MB] [PPTx 3.3MB]
- Chat Log (edited for clarity): TA_webinar_5_jul_2017_chat_log.txt
Links shared during the session
- University of Plymouth Examination Toolkit (docx)
- Plymouth assessment policy
- Hatziapostolou & Paraskakis (2010: 144) – feedback is emotional in Mann, J. (2016) ‘Using Turnitin to Improve Academic Writing: An Action Research Inquiry‘ Research in Teacher Education, 6(2), pp. 16 – 2
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