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    STEP - Transforming Assessment and Feedback Challenge
    Provider   Organisational and Staff Development Unit

    The Transforming Assessment challenge aims to provide a network of support for staff who would like to (re)design formative and/or summative assessment opportunities.

Duration 2 sessions

Course Type Series

Booking Status Waiting List

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Target Audience: Staff who are involved in learning and teaching within the university

The Transforming Assessment challenge aims to provide a network of support for staff who would like to (re)design formative and/or summative assessment opportunities.

Staff will attend 2 half day workshops where they will be provided with input and support for their (re)design. Staff will have the opportunity to review and understand university strategy and assessment and feedback policy, and in line with this will be encouraged to consider ‘Assessment for Learning’ approaches, in order to enhance the student learning experience.

The challenge will be led by Drs Katy Savage (OSDU), Alex Buckley (Education Enhancement) and Lizann Bonner (Academic Champion for Assessment and Feedback), and peer review and feedback will be encouraged throughout the process.

Outcomes/Objectives:

 

  • Consider current university strategy and policy as it relates to assessment

  • Reflect on and select the most appropriate assessment design

  • Discuss and provided feedback on assessments designed by peers

Engage in a supportive structure which encourages academics and teachers to (re)design an assessment profile that is ready for implementation in the next academic session

 

 

UKPSF Dimensions: A3, A4, A5, K2, K4, K5, V1, V2, V3

 

 

 



Delivered By: Katy Savage

Prerequisites

Programme (STEP). This is a unique development programme aimed at traditional academic and teaching staff, and relevant to all staff engaged in teaching.

CANCELLATION We want our events to run at full capacity to ensure value for money and to get the most from group interactions and discussions. Cancelling attendance at a course should only be done as a last resort (some of our events are delivered by consultants and we would incur a high fee if we need to cancel events based on low numbers). Demand is high for our events with many having a waiting list and when a booking is made, others are turned away on the strength of that booking. If you have to cancel an event we would appreciate as much notice as possible (at least 48 hours).