This is the 6th in a series of blogs on assessment, which forms part of a larger series of blogs on the importance of starting strong in higher
In the last post I discussed the importance of the tutorial. It is a wonderful chance for students to either develop understanding, consolidate it, or
Assessing for learning needn’t be signposted by explicit formative tasks. Formative assessment can be implicitly woven into your teaching, and this can be achieved by
In the previous post, I introduced the rationale for implementing a range of strategies to help students start strong in their University courses. The implications
Whilst invigilating the other day a yr 10 science mock exam, and watching students sitting there believing to have completed the exam with 10 minutes
I’ve talked about the usefulness of and science behind dual coding here, which includes an example of the process on the novella A Christmas Carol.