Assessment and feedback

Staff View: Turnitin App for marking

Pete Cook is a Lecturer in Jazz for the London College of Music at UWL. Listen to why Pete uses the Turnitin app for marking…  

Mobile marking: using the iPad, come along on the 14th/15th!

On the 14th and 15th December, we’re looking at using the iPad to mark Turnitin assignments. If you’ve used it and would like to share your experience (good or bad) and useful tips, or would just like to try it… Continue Reading →

3 ways to use Poll Everywhere to support learning

It was a lively start to the new series of Coffee Break TIPs.  We discussed practical ways to use Poll Everywhere to get students thinking in the classroom and to give feedback to the lecturer. Poll Everywhere is the University’s… Continue Reading →

Using Poll Everywhere for Peer Instruction

In this coffee break TIPs we looked at how we could use the university’s in class polling tool Poll Everywhere in the use of peer instruction as an alternative form of pedagogy. Peer Instruction is an interactive teaching method, made popular by… Continue Reading →

Marking with an iPad

Today we looked at the practical tips of marking with an iPad. We were joined by our colleagues Marcia Worrell and Janet Goddard from the School of Human and Social Sciences, and Catherine Lynch from College of Nursing, Midwifery and… Continue Reading →

Giving all students a voice with questions and surveys

This was a really inspiring and interesting session where colleagues shared two very different uses of Poll Everywhere which have brought benefits for teachers and students in the London School of Film, Media and Design, and the London College of… Continue Reading →

Classroom engagement with Poll Everywhere

Today we had an interactive session about using the classroom voting app Poll Everywhere to increase student engagement and two-way feedback in lectures. At UWL, Poll Everywhere is available for all staff and students to present questions in the classroom… Continue Reading →

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