InCurriculum The InCurriculum Project: using technology for assessment and feedback

Higher Education Academy Arts and Humanities conference: session fourteen abstracts

3-4th March 2016

14.3: The InCurriculum Project: using technology for assessment and feedback
Art & Design
Katherine Hewlett & Professor Neil Powell, Norwich University of the Arts

This paper highlights professional practice developed from the National Teaching Fellowship project, InCurriculum. Evidence drawn from Higher Education Statistical Agency data continues to show that students with a learning difference tend to go into Creative Arts or vocational course of undergraduate study. This tendency means that students with particular learning styles or recognised specific learning differences effectively collect in HEI’s that are perceived to provide a sympathetic, student-centred teaching experience that is conducive or empathetic to an individualistic/dialogical approach to learning. Visual approaches to learning in art and design have been recognised as having transferable value for students across disciplines (Steffert.B, 1999,pp.43). The InCurriculum project investigated such learning and assessment encounters with a view to testing and developing transferable practice to other subject areas within UK higher education.

Using Technology for assessment and feedback paper [] [pdf]

Using Technology for assessment and feedback power point presentation [ppt]

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