[8] Visualising the student feedback cycle at Swansea University

PECHA KUCHA Visualising the student feedback cycle at Swansea University Author Sophie Leslie VISUALISING THE STUDENT FEEDBACK CYCLE AT SWANSEA UNIVERSITY Sophie Leslie Abstract This session will demonstrate how new methods of data visualisation and interactivity can increase engagement for staff and students with module feedback. The development of data dashboards for live reporting of…

[9] Too many gimmicks or coming up Trumps? – evaluating efficacy of an innovative approach in healthcare education

PECHA KUCHA Too many gimmicks or coming up Trumps? – evaluating efficacy of an innovative approach in healthcare education Author Angharad Davies Swansea University Medical School Abstract Innovative teaching approaches may be successful in engaging students but, given the stringent time-constraints of healthcare profession teaching programmes, especially medicine, evidence of efficacy should be sought to…

[13] L&T: Assisting individual success.

PECHA KUCHA L&T: Assisting individual success. Author Stephen Pratt Abstract Learning and teaching is about securing effective pedagogic processes ensuring students gain the most from their experience whilst in academia. In assessing success are we focusing on what is best for the student, or what is politically correct, or somewhere in-between. As academics how do…

[25] Undergraduate leadership in outreach events

PECHA KUCHA Undergraduate leadership in outreach events Author Joel Loveridge Please note this session has been withdrawn from the programme 11/7/19 Abstract Universities are under pressure to increase their outreach activities while improving undergraduate outcomes. This session will offer an insight into ways of achieving both simultaneously, by using outreach to embed leadership and other…

[35] Large cohort online summative testing in institutional Virtual Learning Environment

PECHA KUCHA Large cohort online summative testing in institutional Virtual Learning Environment Author Marcela Bezdickova Abstract Enhanced Learning Technologies and online testing become essential part of education and assessment long time ago. However, many aspects need to be considered when using such a tool for summative assessment for a large cohort of hundred students. Virtual…

[39] How well ‘connected’ are you?: The future of learning and teaching

PECHA KUCHA How well ‘connected’ are you?: The future of learning and teaching Author Yan Wu Abstract ‘Connectedness’ is a buzzword that has been used to describe changes brought to the higher education sector by the digital revolution. Nevertheless, the word is increasingly risking being used as a cliché for mapping out the general development…

[40] Lifelong learning: to rubric or not to rubric

PECHA KUCHA Lifelong learning: to rubric or not to rubric Author Joy Jia Pecha Kucha SALT 2019 Joy Jia Abstract With the proliferation in digital technology, the threat of replacing human labour with artificial intelligence is imminent. Lifelong learning skills have become more imperative to the future employment. Criteria-referenced self-assessment is one of the tools…

[44] Teaching paradigms and real world costs: adapt or die.

PECHA KUCHA Teaching paradigms and real world costs: adapt or die. Author Matt Garrad Abstract The Higher Education market is becoming more commercialised, and students’ expectations of learning are changing, in line with new technological advancements. In the current climate, with financial and political uncertainties looming large, teaching institutions cannot rely solely on traditional methods…

[47] E-assessment – what’s it all about?

PECHA KUCHA E-assessment – what’s it all about? Author Angharad Thomas Abstract If your idea of e-assessment is interminable multiple-choice questions and annoyingly single number answers (with no method marks!!!!) then be ready to be astounded. You can now have fill-in-the-gaps, adaptive marking, text matching, click on graphs, show steps and so on and so…

[51] How do you get students to USE their feedback?

PECHA KUCHA How do you get students to USE their feedback? Author Wendy Harris Abstract We all spend many hours carefully constructing informative feedback to help our students, but do they actually use it to improve? I discuss one way I have used to help students engage with their feedback and use it to make…