New workshops: Online assignment drop-in sessions for your students

Are your students working on an assignment, essay, report, project or dissertation? Whether that’s foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate, they can visit The Skills Centre assignment drop-in sessions where they’ll receive instant answers to their assignment questions – all in one place! Upcoming dates: Monday 22nd June 2020 – 2:00pm – 4:00pm  Thursday 2nd July 2020 –…

University English Scheme – your reminder!

On behalf of Dr Lisa McGrath, SFHEA – Academic Lead – University English Scheme Senior Lecturer in Educational Linguistics, Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University A reminder for your students (particularly international students) that the UES academic English classes are running and spaces are available. Here’s the full timetable – there is no need to book…

Developing an Applied Curriculum

  Hamid Moradlou, Elias Tsoutsanis, Jen Waterhouse and Lisa Woolley Sheffield Hallam University – Faculty of ACES (engineering) and Faculty of D&S (law) Strand Student Outcomes Type Take a look at the original poster Learning objective(s) To develop understanding of the meaning of an applied curriculum, and the benefits/drawbacks thereof As lecturers in Engineering and Law whose curriculum…

The Hallam Award – What’s Extra about Extra-Curricular?

Andy Callard (SHU) and Doug Muzawazi (SHSU) Sheffield Hallam University – Directorate of Education and Employer Partnerships (DEEP) Strand Student Outcomes Type Poster – take a look at the original poster Learning objective(s) Participants will be able to identify how to support students to make strategic decisions about their extracurricular activities that will help them…

Building reflexive practitioners: Engaging students with teaching of research methods

          Strand Student Outcomes Type Campfire Learning objective(s) Present the findings of a recently funded educational research project and receive some feedback from the teaching community Discuss action points to develop this further Teaching academic research methods to undergraduate students in an engaging and relevant manner can be a challenge even…

The CAFE’ project – Participants’ reflections and perceptions of student-led focus groups

          The Course Assessment and Feedback Experience (CAFE) project was launched at Sheffield Hallam to continue a process of putting student voice at the heart of developing and implementing assessment and feedback across the university. Based on the TESTA model (Jessop et al, 2014; Jessop, 2012; Gibbs and Dunbar-Goddet, 2007), a…

The ‘CAFE’ project – What works in assessment and feedback?

Helen Kay and Jess Whitby Sheffield Hallam University – LEAD           Course Assessment and Feedback Experience (CAFE) project forms part of the Achieve Programme and falls within the Assessment and Feedback priority area within the Shaping Futures pillar of University Strategy.The Course Assessment and Feedback Experience (CAFE) project is designed to…