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Participating in this Connected Curriculum fellowship project will only take a little of your time.  If you'd like to know more about the project, please see the

What assessors will do

Benefits: a video which you use to help your students understand your assessment; insights into how students might encounter your assessment; a contribution to insights about multimodal assessment at UCL.

  1. A quick conversation with Mira to find out more about your assessment and establish what will happen and when.
  2. Choose a piece of student work you assessed which struck you in some way, and which you think the student will be happy to discuss.
  3. Choose a few possible free slots from Mira's Calendar and let Mira know to hold them.
  4. Approach the student, passing them the link to this site for information about the project and inviting them to meet for an hour to discuss the work.
  5. Decide with the student a date, time and mutually convenient place place (quiet and ideally light), let Mira know, and pass Mira the student's name.
  6. In advance of the meeting, have a brief look at the question prompts. You may also discuss other aspects as you wish.
  7. Meet on that day, have the discussion, be recorded (if you consent) otherwise Mira will just observe, prompt and take notes.
  8. You'll have the chance to suggest edits to the recording.
  9. Finally, later on, you'll have the chance to confirm that you are happy for the recording to be made public, and check the report represents you as you intended.

What students will do

Benefits: an occasion to reflect on your work and discuss it in depth; a contribution to insights about multimodal assessment at UCL.

  1. Be approached by your tutor / assessor with an invitation to discuss your work for this project.
  2. Look at this project information in advance, to see if you are happy to participate..
  3. Decide a date, time and place with your tutor / assessor.
  4. In advance of the meeting, have a look at the question prompts. You may also discuss other aspects as you wish.
  5. Meet on that day, have the discussion, be recorded (if you consent) otherwise Mira will just observe and take notes.
  6. You'll have the chance to suggest edits to the recording.
  7. Finally, later on, you'll have the chance to confirm that you are happy for the recording to be made public, and check the report represents you as you intended.

 

 

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