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RVC Formative Assessment

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IOE 3rd July 2008

IOE 3rd July 2008

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  • Guidelines for slides Title slide/overview What is your issue/problem/focus? What forms of formative assessment have you used? How does that fit with the e-environment? Key insights/conclusions
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    • 1. Formative Assessment Any time, any place, anywhere JISC formative e-assessment: Practical Enquiry Day 3 rd July 2008 Kim Whittlestone Senior Lecturer in Independent Learning Jeff Bullock Software Developer (.NET) Peter Nunn e-Learning Developer Stephen May Deputy Principal and Vice Principal - Teaching Birgit Pirkelbauer LIVE Centre Manager Also, thanks to: Orange www.orange.co.uk Niall Winters & Yishay Mor London Knowledge Lab Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning www.live.ac.uk
    • 2. Issue/problem/focus
      • Veterinary degree
        • 5 year course
        • 66+ weeks in work-based learning
          • Farms in years 1 & 2
          • Vet practices & hospitals/clinics in years 3-5
      • Problems
        • Course content heavy
          • surface approaches to study 1
        • Perception that students record very little in WBL
          • and what they do is badly organised / difficult to access
      1 Entwistle N.J., Tait H, McCune V.(2000) Patterns of Response to an Approaches to Studying Inventory across Contrasting Groups and Contexts. European Journal of Psychology of Education 15, 33-48.
    • 3. (e) formative assessment
      • Students WBL experiences:
        • record
          • +/- share
        • search
        • organise & reflect on
          • +/- feedback
      • Bridge between
        • theory & practice?
    • 4. Mobile learning diary: myPad
    • 5. Mobile learning diary: myPad
    • 6. Key insights/conclusions
      • Perceived vs actual problem (ownership)
      • Structure & support
      • Embedding
      • As easy as …
        • technical
        • pedagogical ladder
        • reference point / ROI
      “ The significant factors affecting engagement of veterinary students with mobile learning” Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning 2008
    • 7. Next steps (post myPad/CoMo) “ The designer” “ Anya’s wound” “ Hot pants” “ Three days later” Email SMS MMS Create Post Online Personal & Community Noticeboards Private Notepad Notify (if requested) Reply
    • 8. Thank you
      • [email_address]
      • www.live.ac.uk