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  • Introduce the project – name. Principles of Assessment & Feedback for Learning. – Were we achieving these?
  • Challenges and background to the project – student numbers, off campus for 50% of programme in practice learning. ? Use pictures
  • Large numbers of students in each year – difficult in engaging students in face to face feedback
  • Out on placement
  • Challenges: Some Reasons why it was difficult to fulfil the principles 50% of programme is off campus anywhere in NI
  • How could technology hep in providing feedback, how could we use existing tools and technology to enhance student engagement in their learning and development, through self-assessment and reflection on feedback received? Student engagement, Development of Blooms taxonomy online, adhere to Ulster ’ s Principles of Assessment & Feedback for Learning. Students understood taxonomy well didn’t want to change. Use language on grid. Technology
  • Blooms tax SON wide
  • Explanation of the terms – use the words of the blooms ( audio, roll-over) Student self assessment Evaluate the process
  • Developed tool – rubric on line – roll over, audio, visual- encourage student enagagement (hoped)
  • Pilot group of students on the BSc (Hons) Nursing programme. Submit coursework online via BBL along with adapted Blooms as self assessment – (explain the purpose of this) Number 6 on Principles of Assessment & Feedback
  • The process lecturer Marked online Provided focussed feedback Feedback released within 3 weeks Consisted of 3 action points aimed at helping the student to self correct and develop future performance BBL notified student when feedback was available
  • The process – student Student to reflect on feedback and document responses to prompts and submit this. Number 7 BBL released mark
  • Student engagement Easy to submit Timely and efficient feedback Effective use of prompts Feedback given to all students at same time Time saving due to automatic release
  • Lack of control – not all submitted Sa form Trouble submited online – then hard copy Lack of control Text commentary not saved on BBL
  • Project not complete – evaluate students and lecture viewpoint
  • Reinforce role of technology in underpinning the Ulster Principles of assessment and feedback for learning Promotion of an enriched environment for assessment feedback and learning.
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