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Phil Race
Writer and keynoter on assessment, feedback, teaching and learning in tertiary education, e.g.'Making Learning Happen' & 'Lecturer's Toolkit'. NTF, PFHEA
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My generated with . Thanks for all being there - makes me feel in excellent company.
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Dr Hala Mansour Oct 28
So nice to have great contacts on Twitter, Thank you! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ et all
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Martin Rich Oct 28
Replying to @kjhaxton @iainmacl
Our experience with mentoring has been v valuable for both mentors & mentees. It's difficult to identify for certain whether it's in fact reduced the attainment gap but certainly benefits students who struggle to adapt to the university environment
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Sue Beckingham 🎓 💻 💡 Oct 28
Replying to @AdvanceHE_chat
A3 I've found that students of all abilities achieve more when the learning is applied, groupwork and involves community and business clients
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Dr Maria RomeroGonzalez Oct 28
Replying to @RacePhil
Interesting thought! Do we need to compare notes between minority academics and everyone else? Or are we copying others styles and sustaining the gaps? So much to research!
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Peter Hartley Oct 28
A2 Have to grumble about modular systems again - they do not encourage institutions to adopt an integrated approach.
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Peter Hartley Oct 28
A1 The more I reflect on this, the more I come back to thinking about assessment. Modular systems mean that we try to assess students before they have adjusted to the context they are working in. Could first year be developmental rather than a hurdle?
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Kulvir Bahra Oct 28
A1 yes in future thinking we will need to look at how we include more of the excluded in the way we design future courses
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Dr Katherine J. Haxton Oct 28
Replying to @kjhaxton
A1 because we're working within a system created mainly for and by a specific socioeconomic group of Western European origin, and we've a long way to go to dismantle it
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Prof Jackie Potter Oct 28
A1 change in HE teaching is slow; existing beliefs, estates, technologies practices privilege narrow conceptions of learning. We need to challenge the status quo!
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Phil Race Oct 28
A1 Perhaps because much of the assessment is designed, and executed by people from the other side of the gaps?
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Sally Brown Oct 26
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Phil Race Oct 24
And a further mention. ⁦⁩ - amazing what’s on the web! ⁦
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Phil Race Oct 24
⁩ For info, this is an obituary of my brother in law. Muriel’s ashes are in a niche in the crypt of Victoria Cathedral.
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Phil Race Oct 24
Sorry, no. I’ll try to find one and send it. Her full name was Muriel Compton Adey.
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Sally Brown Oct 23
Mix 350g yogurt +150g cooking oil+200g sugar &3eggs beaten in a large jug with zest of 1 orange& half its juice. Mix in 1.5 tsps turmeric,1 tsp of vanilla extract,300g SR flour& 1tbsp marmalade then put into a lined tin&bake at 160 for c 45 mins.Spread 1tbsp marmalade on hot cake
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Sally Brown Oct 23
Click the normal button and you will see there is a space for you to make a comment but just above it on the right hand side is the blue retweet button
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Stella Jones-Devitt Oct 23
Think more triangulation of the evidence might be useful....
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Beverley Gibbs Oct 23
This evaluation seems to be at risk from confirmation bias. I feel a more impartial tester may be required. I am available at your convenience 🧐🎂🍩🍪🧁🍰🥧🍮🥮
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Phil Race Oct 23
The flavour is great! makes exceedingly good cakes 🙂
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