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Learning Outcomes: Participants will be introduced to the concept of the Vistor and Resident (VanR) map Appreciate the ways that the VandR map can be employed as a professional development tool regarding digital literacy Develop familiarity with existing VandR resources that will enable them to engage in their own professional development and/or assist others.Find out more »
Learning Outcomes Develop knowledge of Street Law as a teaching technique in university education Appreciate how Street Law empowers and engages students to become better learners and how it is an “assessment AS learning Understand the learner-centred teaching methods that are used in Street Law Gain a deeper understanding of their own thought processes and self-reflect on their teaching practice Be prepared to introduce Street Law, or similar discipline-specific, teaching methods into their own teachingFind out more »
Learning outcomes: To explore the student/educator relationship To consider the role of the practice educator in observation based assessment of student placements To reflect if we impose our own belief systems on students during placement To consider the implications of these observations for both their personal and course level practice Eventbrite registration link will be available soon, in the interim please contact the organiser directly for further information.Find out more »
Learning Outcome Consider the role of assessment design in promoting academic integrity Integrate Academic Integrity Principles in the assessment design process Evaluate own assessment practice in relation to the Academic Integrity Principles Identify ways of involving students to promote and enhance academic integrityFind out more »
Learning Outcomes: At the close of this seminar the participants will be enabled to: Create opportunities for networked relationships across the educational sector amongst existing and aspiring leaders Contribute to a discussion on the role leaders play in the ongoing improvement and transformation of education institutions Identify the key trends and developments in educational leadership across the spectrum of education Share experiences of national-systemic initiatives in professional learning and development directed at changing learning and teaching Raise awareness of the…Find out more »
Students as self regulating partners in assessment. Design, development, implementation and evaluation.
Learning Outcomes: Critique evidence of the benefits of learners engaging in self regulation through peer review Critically reflect on the enablers to peer review Discuss and synthesise the links between self regulated learning and peer review learning Explore how peer review can be implemented in practice within academic settings Design a template for implementation which is reflective of the unique discipline and setting for attendees Eventbrite registration link will be available soon, in the interim please contact the organiser directly…Find out more »
Learning Outcomes: The attendees will: Understand approaches and techniques that facilitate better partnership between students and clinicians in the assessment of practice education Appreciate how collaborative assessment contributes to the development of desired graduate attributes (i.e. to act responsibly, think independently, communicate effectively, and develop continuously) Be able to implement approaches and techniques that facilitate collaborative assessment The hosts will: Understand what supporting resources are needed to improve assessment literacy among students and clinicians over the course of practice education…Find out more »
Learning Outcomes: Explore the role of the responsibility sharing in the giving and receiving of feedback in the learning process for both the assessor and the student Examine the importance of including the student in the feedback process as a means of increasing the learning experience Define some principles that should underpin a culture of including the students as partners in the feedback process Discuss the practicalities of incorporating this approach within the programmes of studyFind out more »
A practice exchange of innovation using technology in professional education: Sharing experiences of nurse, solicitor and teaching education
Learning Outcomes: Understand how technology is being used innovatively in professional educational domains, to include nurse, solicitor and teacher education Recognise the rewards and associated challenges in using technology innovatively in these professional domains Critically evaluate the technologies presented Apply the use of these technologies to one’s own professional education context Eventbrite registration link will be added soon, in the interim please contact the organiser directly for further information.Find out more »
What is it that I am assessing and why am I assessing it? The unexplored diatribe between “factual information” and “knowledge”.
Learning Outcomes To establish a common layer of discernment on the polysemous understanding of assessment To explore self-evaluation of current practises in assessment To explore and measure the common spoon feeding approach to T&L and how that is determining the limits of assessments"Find out more »