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TUTORIALS, WORKSHOPS, CLASSROOM TEACHING AND SEMINARS: SMALL-GROUP TEACHING AND LEARNING
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Seminars, tutorials, workshops and classroom teaching 24 Why do we need small-group teaching? 24 How students sometimes spoil small-group work 24 How we can spoil small-group work? 25 Some ways we can help students to learn well in small-group contexts 25 Various ways of forming sub-groups 26 Deciding on sub-group size 26 Some ways to help your students to get the most out of small-group sessions 27 Checklist: Preparing your smalll-group session 30 Checklist: After running a small-group session 31 Problems in small-group teaching: “what can I do when...? 32
Summative and formative assessment 34 Assessment matters to students 34 The sharp end of learning and teaching 34 Fit-for-purpose assessment is valid, reliable, transparent, authentic, inclusive
ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK: TWO CENTRAL DRIVERS FOR SUCCESSFUL LEARNING
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and manageable!
Beyond exams, essays and reports
Setting exam questions
Designing marking schemes
Assessing students’ exam answers and summative assignments Making the most of feedback and feed-forward to students Feedback to students tends to be most effective when it is: Maximising learning payoff through feedback and feed-forward Concluding Remarks: Waving, Not Drowning!
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