Reading, listening, writing, and learning skills can impact your students’ ability to learn. Here are some easy strategies that can assist.
Planning for 201930 has begun. To ensure you get the best service possible from your ALLaN Faculty Liaison, here’s what she needs to know as soon as possible.
Here are some ways your ALLaN Faculty Liaison can help you prepare an accurate, informative, and transparent Subject Outline which supports the development of students’ learning, literacy, and numeracy skills.
Find out how your ALLaN Faculty Liaison can help you use the summer session to improve student outcomes next year.
Tips on managing the 3-6 January i2 outage; a Thinkpiece on the wiki; literacy and numeracy strategies, and preparing for 201930. It’s all in the November Sub Dean L&T update.
It’s Session 3 and maybe you have a bit more time than you usually do. Consider using some of it to make sure your Subject Outline and assessments provide optimal support for your students.
Ask any university student what causes them the most concern, and referencing comes pretty close to the top of their list. Here are a few strategies that you can use to increase their confidence and competence quite rapidly.
Basic and Key Skills Builder (BKSB) is an online tool that can be used in subjects and courses to identify, diagnose, and improve literacy and numeracy skills. Students use it independently, no marking is required, and reports can be generated quickly and easily. Read on to find out how this tool can be used to support your students and improve compliance with the ELLaN Policy and the ALaN GLO.
In order to benefit from feedback, students need to understand its value and act on it, but there is strong evidence to suggest that students often don’t read feedback. How can ALLaN help you use feedback from your first assessment to provide individualised instruction for students and improve learning, teaching, and assessment in your subject? I’m glad you asked!
Now that 201860 is underway, this post focuses on help with writing your exams and on having conversations with your students about cheating. There’s also an update on the Quasar project!