Category Archives: Case Studies

Peer assessment ideas

When students first arrive at university they are usually highly dependent on the direction and feedback provided by their tutors. But as they move through their degree, it is vital that they are able to critically reflect on both their … Continue reading

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Guest blog post – Dr. Tomasz John

The 16/17 academic year has been packed with plenty of reasons for me to celebrate professional development as I successfully completed my PhD and received Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). I truly believe that it is fundamentally … Continue reading

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Katarina Dimitrevic reflects on her HEA Fellowship experience

“Reflection is part of learning and thinking. We reflect in order to learn something, or we learn as a result of reflecting, and the term ‘reflective learning’ emphasises the intention to learn from current or prior experience.” (Moon, 2004) My … Continue reading

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