Learning and Teaching Conference 2019
Innovative Assessment in Higher Education
The St Andrews Learning and Teaching Conference on Innovative Assessment in Higher Education was held in St Andrews on 23rd October 2019 in association with the International Education Institute (IE) and the St Andrews Learning and Teaching Initiative (SALTi). Thank you to all who presented and attended. Below are recordings of the keynotes and slides of presentations.
Blair and Jenny
Keynote – Carol Evans
Enhancing assessment feedback practice in higher education: The EAT Framework, Evans (2016)
Assessment Feedback (Lecturer)
Assessment Feedback (Student)
State of Health of Assessment
Keynote – Mark Carver
Antje Kohnle – Using student-generated content to engage students in junior honours quantum mechanics
Jennifer Taylorson – Developing constructive alignment in a large programme
Eoin Jordan – Online assessment to promote student engagement
Rachel Davies – Can assessment information be used to understand how to learn a skill?
Graeme Givan – Implementing Integrated Skills Assessment in EAP
Ruth Humphreys & Adnan Ilyas – Lecture Investigation Assessment
Siriol Lewis and Vanessa McDonagh – Assessed Seminars for pre-sessional international post-graduate management students
Elizabeth Long – Assessing Oracy: It doesn’t have to be a Presentation!
Anita Laidlaw – What can we learn about burnout through the perceptions and experiences of medical students’?
Paula Miles – Traditional versus interactive teaching: out with the old, in with the new?
Anne Smith – Think Pieces: Reflective Writings in a Discussion-Based Module