Examples

Peer Assessment

What is it? Peer Assessment is a student-centred assessment approach that allows students to develop a deeper insight into the quality of their own work through the assessment of peers’ work. Students take responsibility for assessing the work of their

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Flipping the Classroom

1. Introduction 2. Pros and Cons 3. Example@Bath 4. Contacts and Support Material 5. Help Me! 6. HEA Fellowship and UKPSF What is Flipping? The traditional / common approach to curriculum delivery is to use contact time for basic knowledge transmission

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Anonymous Marking

1. Introduction 2. Pros and Cons 3. Contacts and Support Material 4. Help Me! What is Anonymous Marking? Anonymous marking is often part of broader initiatives around the Electronic Management of Assessment (EMA) where several component processes of the assessment and feedback life cycle

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Peer Review of Teaching

Peer Review aims to enhance the student learning experience and enable lecturers to teach and facilitate learning even more effectively.  To give you further insight into how peer review could develop your learning and teaching practice a number of scenarios

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TDF Showcase (HSS)

These innovative and diverse projects demonstrate the benefits that can be reaped from relatively small amounts of Faculty Teaching Development funding. The energy and enthusiasm of the staff who came forward to showcase their projects were key factors in achieving their

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Writing Accessible Technical Content

Why is digitally accessible content important? Inclusive for all students and a legal requirement. It allows students to use screen readers (which need to be accessible for equations and symbols to make sense): supporting readers with visual impairment access the

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