Interactive Sessions

Interactive Sessions (A) 10:45-11:10am

Silent and unengaged? What you see in class is not always the reality: what students from overseas really think
Rachel Holmes (School of Accounting, Financial Services & Law)

What’s that got to do with getting a degree? Integrating academic skills support into programmes
Dr Susan Gray (School of Life Sport & Social Sciences) and Dr Linda Gunn (Student Learning Advisers)

Exploring academic and student perspectives of feedback
Laura Strachan (Business School)

Using videos in the entrepreneurial classroom: a ‘close-Up’ on supporting student assessments
Laura Jackman, Jackie Brodie, Renata Osowska, Maggie Anderson and Susan Laing (School of Management)

TESTA Acting on the findings: helping sudents see the value of assessment
Liz Adamson, Fiona Carver, Jan Gill and Linda Hume (School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Care)

Interactive Sessions (B) 11:20-11:45am

Prepare for take-off!… Students’ experience of using an airline simulation game as preparation for assessment
Shuna Marr and Ahmed Hassanien (School of Marketing, Tourism & Languages)

Employability skills in large business modules: built-in or bolted-on?
Stephen Robertson (School of Management) and April Edwards (Confident Futures)

Win/win: the Engineering Peer Tutors
Kate Durkacz (School of Engineering & Built Environment)

New modes of assessment: introducing video essays
Laura Joyce, Anne Schwan and Sarah Artt (School of Arts & Creative Industries)

TESTA Acting on the findings: clarifying goals and standards for students
Connie McLuckie (School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Care)

Interactive Sessions (C) 11:55am-12:20pm

Failure for beginners
Mark Huxham (Academic Strategy and Practice at Edinburgh Napier)

Crediting the student: embedding volunteer opportunities in the curriculum
Colin Cavers, Mary-Ann Kennedy and Lyndsay Morgan with Katie Matthews and Becca Clements (School of Arts and Creative Industries)

Peer-in at feedback: provide students with the skills to successfully give and receive feedback from each other
Stephanie Glube and Trish Igoe (Confident Futures)

Spinning the WebEx to capture opportunities for assessment prep and feedback
Julia Fotheringham and Laurence Patterson (Academic Strategy and Practice at Edinburgh Napier)

TESTA Acting on the findings: student feedback
Fiona MacKinnon and Jackie Nicol (School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Care)