Lookup NU author(s): Professor Jarka Glassey,
Dr Fernando Russo Abegao
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© 2017 IEEE. E-assessment and tailored feedback are explored in this contribution as a means of encouraging deeper learning and increasing the effectiveness of chemical engineering education within the context of increasing larger cohort sizes in a UK Russel group institution. The results presented here indicate the benefits of both approaches to student learning, detail the implementation aspects and highlight the challenges that remain to be addressed. In addition, the results of a recent iTeach project on evaluating the effectiveness of teaching are discussed from the view point of the methods of assessment currently used. This contribution should therefore be valuable to any (engineering) higher education practitioner wishing to introduce (or extend the use of) either e-assessment or self-reflective tailored feedback in their own practice.
Author(s): Glassey J, Russo Abegao F
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: 2017 7th World Engineering Education Forum, WEEF 2017- In Conjunction with: 7th Regional Conference on Engineering Education and Research in Higher Education 2017, RCEE and RHEd 2017, 1st International STEAM Education Conference, STEAMEC 2018
Year of Conference: 2017
Online publication date: 20/09/2018
Acceptance date: 13/11/2017
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