Spotlight On: Approaches to Online Feedback

Welcome to our Spotlight On Series. Blog Posts that aim to highlight good practice and support from colleagues at Hallam. Today: Approaches to Online Feedback   Stuart Hepplestone – Digital Learning solutions Manager, Digital Learning Team – SETL Dave Darwent – Principal Learning Technologist, Digital Learning Team – SETL In this session participants explored a…

Upcoming events: free webinars Epigeum Insights – 18th and 25th June 2020

Epigeum (part of Oxford University Press) are hosting the following free webinars; Contract Cheating in the Context of Covid-19: Five Key Ideas to Consider Thursday 18 June – 11:00am BST Hosted by: Dr Thomas Lancaster  In the webinar, Dr Lancaster will be providing an overview of the contract cheating landscape in relation to Covid-19, with…

Upcoming events: Advance HE – symposia series

Advance HE’s range of symposia events focus on thematic areas of interest within teaching and learning and are for anyone wishing to improve their knowledge of the latest teaching pedagogies and upskill their practice in key areas. Practitioners are invited to participate in each symposium through submitting an abstract on their work as a presentation…

Upcoming workshop! Assessment for Applied Learning INRAP

Developing authentic, interdisciplinary and collaborative assessment for applied learning Workshop and networking event Thursday 5th September 2019 City Campus: Cantor 9135 10:30am – 13:30pm This Hallam Guild Assessment for Applied Learning Forum (AfL) event offers the possibility of exploring and sharing practices with members of the Interdisciplinary Network for Research-Informed Assessment Practices INRAP – Book…

Upcoming event: The inner chimp 2 – taming the inner chimp: being compassionate and ‘awareful’

About the session Within the context of promoting and protecting student wellbeing and particularly resilience, this short interactive skills workshop will introduce the key features of the caring component of human behaviour (Gilbert 2018). Skills that inject ‘awareful’ compassion-focused micro teaching skills into every day group learning situations for the classroom or tutorial will be…

Upcoming event: Assessment for Applied Learning – Hallam Guild Group Launch

The Assessment for Applied Learning – Hallam Guild Group invite you to their launch event! Whole-course assessment: a course-focus approach to designing and planning assessment Led by: Emeritus Professor Mike Bramhall Wednesday 27th March 2019, 3pm – 5pm Location: Charles Street 12.5.08 Whole-course assessment as part of course planning and design can help facilitate a…

Upcoming events: Dealing with the stress of assessments: The inner chimp – a very human response to adverse situations

About the session Within the context of promoting and protecting student wellbeing and particularly resilience, this short interactive workshop session will introduce the key features of a powerful mind management model that can be used to help individuals improve their performance and learn about to cope with the challenges of University as well as Workplace expectations.…

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…

Show me what you think? using user experience (UX) feedback with students to improve library services

                    How do you distinguish between what your students say they do and what they actually do?Among the methods of gathering qualitative student feedback in higher education is User Experience (UX) testing. It is ideal for testing processes, services and materials to ensure they are intuitive…