Category Archives: SoTL

#LTHEchat 172: (How) Does assessment motivate students? with guest hosts Beverley Gibbs and Gary Wood

(How) Does assessment motivate students? The concept of intrinsic motivation covers a number of ideas including students recognising that they are instrumental in their own success, believing in their own ability to succeed, and developing the deep personal interest that … Continue reading

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Q 4/5: Saturday and Sunday: A weekend of resources

Supporting colleagues in contingency planning for Coronavirus: Covid19: A Special Edition #LTHEchat (Chat 170) A weekend of resources Beginning with resources provided by Professor Patrice Torcivia Prusko, Harvard Graduate School of Education, #LTHEchat invites you to share your resources and contingency … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 169: The Use of Exemplars in Practice with @MartinPAnderson and @helen_pittson

The Use of Exemplars in Practice What is the purpose of this week’s #LTHEchat? Exemplars represent a growing area of pedagogic interest.  Exemplars have been described as specific examples of assessment presented to students as being typical of various levels … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 165: Transitions into Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) with Linnea Soler @DrLinneaSoler and Nathalie Sheridan @drnsheridan

Transitions into Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) What is the purpose of this week’s SoTL chat? Linnea and I are not focussing on the definitions and debates around the terminology of SoTL. We want to explore how engaging in … Continue reading

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