This research and academic development event provides a forum for critical debate of research and innovative focused assessment and feedback practice and policy.
We have provocative, forward-looking keynotes from world-leading Professor Sally Everett, Vice Dean at King’s College London and Professor Paul Kleiman, of Ciel Associates and Visiting Professor at Middlesex University and Rose Bruford College. There will be a wide choice of cutting-edge presentations on research and evaluation of innovative practice. In addition, the conference offers Master Classes from leading experts in the field of assessment in Higher Education.
What do we need to do to become fully feedback literate ourselves? Professor David Boud, Deakin University, Australia
Learner feedback seeking: prospects and challenges Prof David Carless, University of Hong Kong
Let’s cheat to make your assessment better: a hands-on session with the latest cheating approaches and tools Professor Phillip Dawson, Deakin University
The Importance of the Relational and Affective Domains in Feedback – Using Intellectual Streaking to Develop Staff & Student Feedback Literacy Dr Edd Pitt, University of Kent
Social moderation and calbration Dr Ian Sadler, Liverpool John Moores University, Associate Professor Nicola Reimann, Durham University, Professor Berry O’Donovan, Oxford Brookes University
Debunking myths about the ‘problem’ of assessment and feedback Professor Naomi Winstone, University of Surrey