Curriculum Transformation is a major initiative to redesign all UG and PGT courses at Bath, embedding key curriculum principles across all of our provision.
An introduction to Assessment for Learning and the key benefits of embracing this approach.
Our aim is to embed citizenship and sustainability in curricula across the University, encouraging students to develop a lifelong sense of social responsibility, citizenship and sustainable activity which they can draw upon throughout their time in Bath and beyond.
What do we mean? Teaching capture – All forms of content recorded digitally for learning and teaching purposes. Lecture capture – Recorded content using cameras in teaching spaces stored on the Re:View platform. Disability Access Plan (DAP) – Identifies recommended
We approach the design of course content, delivery, and assessment from a coherent set of course intended learning outcomes.
Assessment for Learning should enable students to succeed in Assessment of Learning and to use assessment as a vital learning tool.
This page details the information required from Phase 2 and 3 of Curriculum Transformation.
A bespoke system has been created to collate course and unit level information generated from Phase 2 and 3 activity. This page contains guidance on using the system, including setting-up your course record and completing each of the key sections.
Following a few design principles can make your content more accessible and inclusive to all learners What is Digital Accessibility and why does it matter? Digital accessibility is about making better design and content choices for all your learners; it is
Our first Curriculum Transitions event took place in August 2019. A panel of secondary school teachers representing A-level biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, and maths, and BTEC applied sciences and health and social care, were joined by staff from across the