Academic Practice Seminar: Using Student Blogs to Enhance Student Learning, Student Engagement, Assessment and Feedback, and Employability (Isabel Moros): Wednesday 29th April 2015, 13.00 – 14.00, Streatham, Building One: Bateman, with video conference link to Penryn, Tremough House: Meeting Room

Using Student Blogs to Enhance Student Learning, Student Engagement, Assessment and Feedback, and Employability

The next Academic Practice Network Seminar for the 2014-2015 series is taking place on Wednesday 29th April 2015, led by Isabel Moros, Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies.

Isabel Moros

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 29th April 2015: 13.00 – 14.00

Streatham, Building One: Bateman, with video conference link to Penryn, Tremough House: Meeting Room

In this session, Isabel will share her experience of learning alongside, and working in collaboration with, Modern Languages students in the creation of a Blog.

The journey of creating the Blog in the target language and the involvement in the editing process (through the forums and the wikis) as a reflection of what a student of Modern Languages has managed to achieve on completing his or her degree will be explored. As Isabel will discuss, for the lecturer, it does become a way of assessing students formative work in a dynamic and interactive fashion, and for the students enables them to work in collaboration enhancing their creativity as well as their employability skills.

Everyone welcome, no need to book! Please ensure you are on the lookout for the 2014-2015 seminar programme.

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