Acting on feedback, an iterative spiral of improvement for both students and lecturers

    Activity: External talk or presentationInvited talk


    Dipak K. Sarker (Session 26)

    ased on questionnaires, surveys of students and staff attitude to the assessment process, modifications to the method of teaching have been devised. This co-construction of ‘ideal’ pedagogic approach is used to obtain the best from students and to allow them to show their skills in a manner which is more suited to their potential workplace and pre-requisite skills. A move away from recall-driven learning and testing and one based on viable scenario construction and handling is used. Preliminary feedback from staff and students is very positive. Academics are also using the feedback to create better methods of teaching, delivery, assessment and guidance. [See event programme page 18].
    Period15 Jul 2016
    Event title‘Nurturing co-construction', Learning and Teaching Conference
    Event typeConference
    LocationBrighton, United KingdomShow on map
    Degree of RecognitionNational


    • questionnaires
    • surveys
    • skills
    • pre-requisites