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Kay Sambell
Visiting Professor, University of Cumbria. Special interest in Assessment for Learning. NTF. PFHEA. Views own.
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Kay Sambell Oct 28
⁩ now looking back to help us look forward - important to build on the strong foundation and evidence-based principles of substantial body of previous work on assessment and feedback
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Kay Sambell Oct 28
- now 2 interesting sessions both focusing on oral assessment- opportunities and challenges - with ⁦⁩ and Salma Alarefi
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Kay Sambell Oct 28
Next up Alex Buckley talking about Heriot Watt approach to take home exams assessment and feedback symposium.
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Kay Sambell Oct 28
Replying to @DeenaI @sd_elkington
I saw gateway to exciting new worlds not greyscale! Eye of beholder, people!
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Kay Sambell Oct 28
Replying to @kay_sambell
And Edd plans to offer a masterclass at the Assessment in He conference
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Kay Sambell Oct 28
All expertly chaired by and
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Kay Sambell Oct 28
Looking forward to hearing Edd talk at the assessment symposium in a few minutes. Coffee at the ready!
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Keele Psychology Oct 23
Dr Julie Hulme () publishes chapter in a new book on assessment. The edited volume, published by APA Books, focuses on assessment at the individual, institutional, and international levels.
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Kay Sambell Oct 23
Oh yesssss Viv- it’s delicious (says she, who’s never made it herself but gratefully benefitted from ‘s kimchi-related aplomb (with skills she honed courtesy of and I believe! )
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Dr Erica J. Morris Oct 22
I'm very much looking forward to facilitating this Symposium with Dr Patrick Baughan - there will be a keynote by Dr Edd Pitt on the impact of the pandemic on assessment and feedback in higher education
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Kay Sambell Oct 21
Apposite analogy - assessment and feedback soon slip into micromanagement of others &pedagogy of control rather than something empowering, supportive and involving for the individual -good reminder of careful balances to be struck in would-be assessment
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Kay Sambell Oct 21
Remaining acutely aware that one size doesn’t fit all- appreciating learners’ contexts eg via divergent assessment, appropriate choice, diverse ways of meeting LOs. Striving to design authentic tasks- imbued with personal meaning and relevance. Doing less but doing it better.
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Andy Jaffrey Oct 20
In preparing for an assessment webinar tomorrow. with , I have been properly reading some of the excellent resources by and These are exceptional quality and so helpful at the moment. Thank you for this work.
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Kay Sambell Oct 20
Thanks for letting us know, Andy- we are delighted you’re finding them useful. More being planned in due course!
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Kay Sambell Oct 20
Replying to @ProfSallyBrown
As you were Sally- I was indeed proudly sporting an Back in Black T-shirt (from the olden days!) today because it now fits again (so I’d best hold back on having too many of the delicious retro rock buns.....and sourdough pizza!).
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Kay Sambell Oct 18
Replying to @Katrina_Swanton
I recognise that feline behaviour! When I was a kid we had two cats, one of whom (Prudence) regularly used to tap stuff off the sideboard onto the other’s (Patience) unsuspecting head when she pottered by! Had to keep it clear for fear of Patience getting poleaxed!
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Kay Sambell Oct 16
Thanks for sharing . Like the holistic emphasis on task and process design aspects as essential ingredients for asst for learning. V helpful hyperlinks to key issues and debates in the brilliantly succinct and digestible (see what I did there?!) paper. 👇🏽
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Kay Sambell Oct 15
Brilliant! I love them, Katrina! Bet will like that inktober rodent!
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lemn sissay MBE Oct 13
I know at least one person will find this a lifesaver SO HERE'S HOW TO MAKE YOUR IPAD INTO AN AUTOCUE.
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Kay Sambell Oct 14
And I’m another- thanks, Helen (you should be renamed scholastic lifesaver rat!)
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