This is a joint event between the Faculty of Science & Engineering and Academic Development.
Engineering Building 3.24, Mile End Campus 10.00-4.00
10.00 – 10.30 Introduction to the QMUL Science and Engineering education context, challenges and opportunities
10.30 – 11.45 Case Study 1 – Integrated Programme Assessment at Brunel University (Amanda Harvey). How, why, and with what success this approach was developed in the Biosciences at Brunel University. How synoptic assessment works and examples of authentic and sustainable tasks.
12.30 – 1.30 Case Study 2 – Integrated Research-led Assessment at Exeter (Nicky King). How core research-led modules run together through each year of the programme, how assessment links in with the research aims and outputs of academics, and how a workplace-related group project is assessed.
1.30-2.00 – Questions and discussion, thinking about graduateness in your subject
2.20 – 3.30 Working in Schools/programme groups: how could we make what we’ve heard work for us.
3.30- 4.30 Sharing challenges, opportunities and plans across the Faculty
Amanda Harvey from Brunel’s award winning IPA team will be present all day to answer questions and join discussions.
Please email Sally Mitchell if you’d like to be part of this day: firstname.lastname@example.org