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If you’re still battling death by PowerPoint, why not design a better assessment? SIBT’s Karen McRae swapped presentations for debates, with some lively results!
In this recording, Ann Wilson discusses strategies to make your feedback more useful and constructive, including the importance of dialogue with your students and other teachers.
Teacher trainer Clare McGrath shares her experiences with Seesaw, a simple app for capturing work and reflections.
After experimenting with Socrative this semester, Simon Thompson from UNIC shares how he integrated quizzes into his teaching.
In this recording, Michelle Cavaleri shares research findings on the power of using screen-capture video for feedback and provides step-by-step advice on recording your own effective feedback.
In this recording, Michelle Cavaleri takes you through the process of recording short, individual feedback videos for students using screen-capture.
Watch a handful of presentations shared on the theme of ‘Innovation and Engagement for Learning, Health and Wellbeing’.
In this recording, Ann Wilson explores assessment designs and classroom strategies you can use to discourage plagiarism, including an emerging form of assessment called ‘patchwork text’.
Ellis Urquhart from EIC shares a simple, adaptable model for workshops to support students and share learnings before, during and after the assessment.
In this recording, Ann Wilson explores a number of theories that focus on assessment design.
Stepping back from the media hype, Niva Kaspi from ECC shares some key principles and approaches to support academic integrity.