A selection of ideas for good practice in learning and teaching as highlighted and supported by feedback from students.
Guidance to support staff planning for remote in person teaching sessions.
Key pointers for writing Multiple Choice Questions including effective question stems, distractors and how to reduce searchability.
Top tips and practical suggestions for assessment and feedback to consider incorporating in your planned teaching and learning activities.
In a blended learning environment, we need to be even more explicit about the feedback opportunities we are providing, including the feedback that can come from a peer or the learner themselves.
A Teaching Development Fund project aimed at aligning student and staff approaches to assessment feedback literacy to support successful learning outcomes.
Guidance and ideas to ensure that in-person teaching has pedagogic sense and adds value to students’ education.
‘Asynchronous learning’ refers to forms of learning and teaching that place flexibly online and do not require learners and/or tutors to be online simultaneously.
The key digital systems used to support online formative and summative assessment.
TurningPoint polling software allows learners to participate in real time polling activities.