Case studies of assessment and feedback practice

One of the ways of enhancing teaching and learning across the University is to share examples of practice. There is already a great deal going on in Colleges that is worthy of being known about more widely, and one of the ways that this can be achieved is through case studies that describe some of the kinds of experiences available to students in the context of their modules.

Case studies submitted so far:

  • are interesting or innovative, or have a marked impact on students
  • actively engage students in new experiences
  • specifically pick up on aspects of University strategy, eg enquiry-led learning and employability
  • use assessments that promote a variety of forms of learning
  • feature teaching methods, modes of assessment or other interventions that have been well-received by students

For those who wish to develop their practice, the purpose of the summaries and more detailed templates is to offer not just the bare bones of an idea, but also to demonstrate some of the means by which the idea is translated into effective practice.

We hope that more case studies will be added on an ongoing basis. If you would like to discuss submitting a case study of your own, please contact us at Education Quality and Enhancement.