Partnership in the classroom in a college/university – a recognition of partnership in curriculum design, curriculum delivery and assessment and feedback
Assessment criteria with consensus are authentic criteria: students as partners in assessment grading and feedback - University of Abertay
This project focused on student input to the assessment process. In the third year psychology module students have devised and contextualised assessment criteria to supplement the university’s standard attainment descriptors. The assessment was a group poster with shared grade submitted electronically and finally presented at a public conference organised by the class. The project has been recognised for its innovation and the levels of student input and engagement.
Rethinking peer, rethinking review: students’ collaboration in the review of teaching practices - Edinburgh Napier University
This was recognised as an innovative project and positions Edinburgh Napier students at the heart of a teaching and learning evaluation process. In rethinking the traditional peer review process, the project invites students to volunteer as colleagues in evaluating teaching practices and the student learning experience.
Shortlisted for an award
Learning Enhancement Team: School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences - The Robert Gordon University
Partnership in the classroom in Ayrshire College highlighting the partnership in curriculum design, curriculum delivery, assessment and feedback - Ayrshire College Students’ Association
But what does it mean for ME? Students’ engagement with learning technologies: an exploration of their current satisfaction with and aspirations for learning technology at Abertay University - University of Abertay