Teaching & Learning


Designing assessment and feedback for a module 11 April

11 April 2019, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm

Get thinking about linking your assessment to real-world practice in order to make their assignments practical and relevant to your students in this session by Dr Sarah Rowe.

Event Information

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UCL Arena Centre


Arena Room, 10th Floor
1-19 Torrington Place, London
United Kingdom

Thursday 11 April 12:00 - 13:00 

You should attend this session offered by Dr Sarah Rowe if you are a module lead or anyone involved in designing assessment and feedback for a module at UCL.
In this workshop, you will hear a brief introduction to real-world assignments and it’s role in student learning and engagement.

This workshop will:

  • provide examples of real-world assessments used on an MSc at UCL
  • share how to mark and provide feedback on real-world assessments
  • explain the benefits and challenges of real-world assessments in practice
  • will discuss how to apply this to your own module in a practical task

After attending this session you will 

  • understand innovative forms of real-world assessment being used
  • understand the practical challenges that might arise through implementing real-world assessment
  • know where to find examples of marking criteria for real-world assessments
  • know how to apply real-world assessment and feedback to your module and discuss how to overcome potential challenges

Who should attend (H2)

You should attend if you are a member of UCL staff who teaches.  

Postgraduate Teaching Assistants and all early career educators will find this session particularly useful.