Feedback from June 2017 and Building Best Practice
Key practical takeaway points for delegates to consider from case studies from June 2017 and identifying common trends that are crucial to successful gradings.
Student Experience and the Learning Environment
With the use of case studies, discussions will focus on how to build sound support structures in delivering for students, from digital resources to staff interaction. Particular attention will also be paid to the emphasis placed by the government on measuring teaching intensity and bespoke services.
With the introduction of subject level assessments and the pilots under way, discussions will provide an opportunity for delegates to analyse the existing framework for assessment, potential refinements and prepare systematically to feedback into course design, before its full implementation.
Student Outcomes and Learning Gain
Attendees will examine how outcomes and learning gain can be measured most effectively and provide an opportunity for course design to adapt accordingly. Time will also be allocated to discuss the importance of partnership working and building stronger feedback mechanisms, including between career services and subject departments.