Monday 2 November 2015, 12.30PM to 2.00pm
Speaker(s): Cathy Dantec, Language and Linguistic Science and Bill Soden, Education
At the University of York's Annual Learning and Teaching Conference this summer, Cathy and Bill presented a workshop entitled “Personalising feedback: Can we bridge the formative-summative gap?”which focused on the tension between summative and formative assessment. They ended the session by touching on institutional constraints to improving our assessment/feedback practice, and would like to continue this discussion. The coming implementation of the York Pedagogy provides an opportunity to rethink approaches and practices related to assessment and feedback.
The session will start with a short overview of their own experiences and perspectives before opening the floor to participants’ input. The aim of the workshop is to explore approaches to engaging students with assessment and feedback implied by the following York Pedagogy concepts:
By the end of the workshop, participants will have
Tea, coffee, water and juice will be available, please feel free to bring your own lunch.
Location: room HG21, Heslington Hall