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  • Background of the A&F tool Proposed aim… In practice – 3 definite purposes 4 other possibilities from showing it to Ulster staff
  • Re-engineering Assessment Practices (REAP) Scottish funded research - REAP Partners: include University of Strathclyde, University of Glasgow and Glasgow Caledonian University Developed A&F principles based on current educational research (Gibb’s & Simpson’s 11 Conditions, Knight & Yorke, Boud) Delivered effective interventions based on principles to restructure practice Emphasis on student responsibility with goal to develop in students the ability to monitor, manage and self-direct their own learning. 11 Principles of good assessment design (7 empower, 4 engage students) 12 Principles for effective assessment and feedback with questions & implementation techniques (David Nicols, published by QAA) Chickering & Gamson’s 7 prinicples of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education Builds on STAR project, Undergraduate Guidelines etc from Ulster
  • Screenshot – handout – show elements on screen Inform, inspire, and plan assessment strategy Principles (inform), implementation techniques (inspire), my plan (planning) Timeline (student perspective / experience) Additional info - instructions, resources, possible applications….
  • Screenshot populated – filled out strategy – explain user interaction Drag and drop principles to timeline Automatically given a closed list of implementation ideas to choose from Given a text area to fill out your personalised plan Ability to select a possible application for output
  • Example output – showing how the tool information could be displayed in output Wrap around this the info for possible application, showing resources etc… the handout shows example where the possible application is ‘revise my assessment strategy’.
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  • 1. Assessment & Feedback Reflective Tool Fiona Doherty Instructional Technologist Viewpoints Project 30 th July 2009
  • 2. Background
    • Aim
    • A reflective tool for Ulster staff to be informed, inspired and plan their assessment strategy, focusing on the student experience.
    • In practice, at Ulster
    • New course design (accreditation), revise assessment strategy, revalidation
    • Other possible applications: staff induction, staff probation, student orientation, student evaluation
  • 3. Background
    • Underlying principles
    • REAP Principles of good assessment design (7 & 1)
    • Expected benefits
    • Provides opportunity to reflect on practice
    • Provides inspirational ideas
    • Enhances understanding of A&F from the student perspective
    • Provides a conversation piece for course teams
    • Provides a structure for changing A&F
    • Creates evidence to support change (panels, forms, etc)
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