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Module 4 (week 6): Feedback and assessment (notes)

  • What role does feedback and assessment have in this Edinburgh model?
  • How is it constructed online and how might it be?
  • How does it link with engaged teaching and engaged learning communities?

Using PATH (planning alternative tomorrows with hope).


‘One of you should be the facilitator. The job of the facilitator is to take you through the process, prompting and challenging you to think about the elements of the PATH. They might encourage you to be bold about your ideal world or challenge you to make any vague goals SMART-er. The job of the rest of the group is to chip in with ideas.’

Opportunity to think how we can better our assessment.

Could also be used for student led exercises.

‘developing assessment and feedback that delivers constructive and supportive dialogue between students and staff.” Supportive dialogue between students and staff.’




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