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Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning
Day 2, 27th June 2013 11.30
Propel 1
Assessment for Learning
75 A strategy to familiarise undergraduate students with assessment methods and standards and to provide informal feedback on progress; experience from a final year pharmacology course.
David Bell*, Malcolm Campbell
Centre for Medical Education, The Queen's University of Belfast, UK
76 The policy paradox: the risk of unwelcome consequences of well-intended assessment policy
Clair Hughes*1, Simon Barrie2, Geoffrey Crisp3, Anne Bennison1
1The University of Queensland, Australia, 2The University of Sydney, Australia, 3RMIT University, Australia
77 IT Office Ergonomics:A Strategy to Assess Doctoral Students in the ASEAN Environment
Wajee Chookittikul*1, Siripong Teopipithporn1, Peter Maher2, Pachara Payao1
1Phetchaburi Rajabhat University, Thailand, 2Webster Univesrsity, USA
78 Using the Assessment Lifecycle to enhance assessment practice
Rachel Forsyth*, Rod Cullen, Neil Ringan, Mark Stubbs
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
79 The impacts of assessment on professional development in educational postgraduate programmes - a tale of the two universities
Nhan Tran
Newcastle University, UK
80 Promoting competency and confidence through assessment for learning
John Stephens, Jill Gilthorpe*
Northumbria University, UK
81 Group Work Assessment: Improvingthe student experience through the Belbin Team-Role Self-Perception Inventory
Joanna MacDonnell
University of Brighton, UK
82 Viva! the Viva
Julie Peirce-Jones
University of Central Lancashire, UK
83 A Cross-Institutional Approach to Assessment Redesign: Embedding Work-Integrated Assessments within the Curriculum
Elisabeth Dunne, Richard Osborne*, Charlotte Anderson
University of Exeter, UK