Assessment for learning speech disorders and phonetics for speech and language therapy students in Ireland

Dublin

Learning Outcomes: The participants will be able to: Summarise current approaches to assessment and teaching of Speech Disorders and Phonetics and training of perceptual judgement in the Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) programmes in Ireland Critically appraise the different approaches for assessment and teaching of Speech Disorders and Phonetics and training of perceptual judgement in…

Students as self regulating partners in assessment. Design, development, implementation and evaluation.

Dublin

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…

Empowering students through big data

Dublin

Learning Outcomes: Demonstrate the positive impact of analytics when used by students themselves as part of the learning process Outline the types of data readily available to staff and students To shift the focus of learning analytics from surveillance to positive student empowerment Please register via the website link provided below.  

Building towards programme learning outcomes through effective assessment and feedback strategies

Dublin

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the workshop participants will be able to: Identify key concepts underpinning programme-focused assessment (PFA) that draw upon key findings/ recommendations from the UK TESTA project www.testa.ac.uk and the DIT’s LEAF Teaching Fellowship LEAF (Leading Enhancement of Assessment & Feedback) to inform curriculum design practice Review their programme assessment strategies…

Enabling policies for digital teaching and learning: One year on

Dublin

Learning Outcomes: A picture of the experiences of policy developers grappling with the challenges of Digital Technology An understanding of the specific policy areas that are affected by the increased use of digital technology in teaching and learning Insight into some of the solutions to the issues above that policy developers are considering  

Mental health in higher education: Personal wellbeing for professional development

Dublin

Learning Outcomes: After the conference, attendees should be able to: Describe the issues relating to mental health in HE Identify the importance of personal wellbeing in HE Discuss the representation of personal wellbeing in Domain 1 of the National Forum’s Professional Framework Develop procedures that safeguard staff mental health in HE  

Fostering a partnership between students and clinicians in the assessment of practice education

Dublin

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…

Documenting Erasmus student experiences through ePortfolio

Dublin

Learning Outcomes: Participants will be able to design and implement an eportfolio task to support students studying abroad Participants will have designed a draft eportfolio task aimed at supporting study abroad students Participants will be able to demonstrate an awareness of eportfolio pedagogy Evenbrite registration link will be available soon, in the interim please contact…

A practice exchange of innovation using technology in professional education: Sharing experiences of nurse, solicitor and teacher education

Dublin

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  

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) – A professional development workshop to promote and implement an inclusive teaching and learning environment

Dublin

Learning Outcomes: Identify the principles and best practice approaches of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Discuss key issues around inclusivity and UDL in Higher Education Institutions Apply the principles of UDL to promote and implement an inclusive teaching andnlearning environment across a range of settings Evaluate the benefits of UDL interventions over time Establish a…