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Assessment and Curriculum Design: Social Sciences
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17 February 2012
Where: Meeting room 4, Michael Young Building, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes
When: 10.00 - 12.15, 13 March 2012
This event was recorded and will be available to OU staff on Stadium towards the end of March.
'iCMAs in teaching and learning': Jovan Byford / Nicola Brace:
Jovan/Nicola talked about using iCMAs as part of the assessment strategy on DSE141 Discovering Psychology.
'Of Wildebeests and Lemmings. Lessons from migrating teaching platforms for DZX222': Volker Patent
Volker talked about the lessons learned about curriculum design in migrating from DZX222 First class to DZX222 VLE and explored both student learning and Module management.
DZX222 is the online version of the Exploring psychology project module and involves a Virtual Residential School conducted entirely online, using online forums for tutor support, group discussions, activities and project work.
Peer review and assessment for learning: Jane Barrett
Jane talked about issues relating to peer review and assessment and explored how these pedagogical approaches can be applied to curriculum design in Social Sciences.
Queries: Please email Sarah Davies.