5 October 2016: A framework for Transforming Assessment in Higher Education (HEA joint session)
Presenters: Sam Elkington (Higher Education Academy, UK)
Hosted by Dr Mathew Hillier, Monash University, Australia. Starting 07:00AM UTC/GMT. Duration 1 hour.
Special joint session with the Higher Education Academy UK.
Dr. Sam Elkington explained how the HEA's Framework for transforming assessment in higher education can be adapted to meet the needs of higher education institutions. Drawing on cutting edge research and practice-based examples, he also showed how it works for a wide range of staff in HE, including those who teach, those tasked with changing assessment policy and practice as well as those responsible for quality assurance or enhancement, centrally or in particular discipline areas.
- Slide Set: TA_webinar_5_oct_2016_slides.pdf [2.4MB] [PPTx 1.2MB]
- Chat Log (edited for clarity): TA_webinar_5_oct_2016_chat_log.txt
- HEA Framework for Assessment in Higher Education
- Sam Elkington's LinkedIn profile
Other Links shared in the session:
- HEA Creating learning experience triangles
- HEA Negotiating assessment (PDF)
- UK National student survey (Wikipedia)
- Winter's 'patchwork assessment'
- HEA Developing Engagement with Feedback Toolkit (DEFT)
- HEA Transforming Assessment in HE framework
- HEA Other frameworks from HEA
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