If you find it easier to speak your thoughts than to type them, you might find it helpful to use speech to text tools when creating feedback for your students. There are several options available, including some you may already have access to without realising it. In this video, we present some of the options and explains why you may need to be careful when using these tools.
Category: Assessment and Feedback
A copy of the slides presented during the Masterclass are available below. The HEA has also provided information on Mindful Assessment Design, along with a proforma to be used alongside this framework. There is also an assessment grid to enable you to audit your assessments, and a set of cards to help you redesign your assessments.
There are many options for providing written feedback one students’ work, but it can sometimes be difficult to find the right words for what you want to say. ThingLink allows you to upload images with embedded information points, which can then be used to provide mixed-media feedback. In this video, Richard Prince explains how he uses this system.
Masterclass: Assessment and Feedback, Monday 17 July 2017, 1-4 pm, room 5.206 University Place
Delivered in partnership with the Higher Education Academy (HEA) this masterclass on Assessment and Feedback aims introduce academic staff to the key principles behind developing effective assessment and feedback in ways that are both sustainable and manageable and will encourage different ways of thinking about assessment design.
The Academy for Education and Professional Development would like to invite you to:
Learning@Lunch: Assessment and Feedback, Wednesday 26 July, 12-1pm, Roscoe Building Room 1.001
Dr Harish Thampy (Associate Lead for Assessment, MBChB Programme) will deliver this seminar exploring recent advances and innovations in the field of assessment.
Our priority for July and August is Assessment and Feedback. The development activities for this session will explore how to prepare meaningful and effective assessments and how to provide students with useful feedback.
The resources this month will:
- Give you a brief introduction to ThingLink in a 1 minute CPD video. This online tool allows you to provide meaningful feedback that is not limited to text alone.
- a Masterclass on Monday 17th July, 1 – 4pm, delivered in partnership with the Higher Education Academy. See here for booking information. The HEA have provided copies of the resources used in the Masterclass.
- Learning@Lunch, Wednesday 26th July 12 – 1pm, led by Dr Harish Thampy. See here for booking information. A summary of the session, along with useful references, has been provided.