Implementing assessment and feedback for learning – reflecting on lessons learnt

Implementing assessment and feedback for learning – reflecting on lessons learnt

Engaging Curriculum Redefined through the Arts and Humanities: The Build Phase 

A Focus on Disciplinary Learning and Assessment and Feedback 

Series Lead: Dr Eva Sansavior, Academic Development Consultant (Curriculum Redefined) for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

Assessment and Feedback is a shared strategic priority within the Curriculum Redefined (CR) project and the Schools’ and Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Cultures’ National Student Survey (NSS) response plans. Extending programme development conversations from the Engaging Curriculum Redefined Through the Arts and Humanities Working Conversations series, the following three sessions will support colleagues in Faculty programme teams as they move into the ‘build phase’ of Curriculum Redefined. 

The sessions will offer a collegial space for reflecting on and sharing effective practice across the Faculty in student-centred assessment and feedback through the lens of disciplines in the arts and humanities. Taking a practical and reflective approach, the sessions will centre around the programme documents, curricula and student-facing resources shared by individual academics and programme teams. In this respect, the sessions aim to support programme teams to build on the aspirations expressed in the CR programme and module documentation and develop actionable concrete next steps. Sessions will be of particular interest to programme teams in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures.

Session 2: Implementing assessment and feedback for learning – reflecting on lessons learnt

Wednesday 6 March, 1-3pm, hybrid delivery, in-person venue Newlyn SR 1.02

Speakers include:  

‘Assessment for learning’ and ‘student-centred assessment and feedback’ are central tenets of the University’s assessment and feedback framework. How are they understood and implemented across different disciplinary contexts? And what are considered the indicators of success? This session takes the experiences of programme teams who are one year into their Curriculum Redefined journey as a starting point for reflecting on lessons learnt and exploring practical steps for developing programmes which cultivate the conditions for student-centred assessment and feedback for learning. 

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