Here are some ideas to guide your progress through the Curriculum and Assessment domain of the Professional Learning and Capability Enhancement (PLaCE) Framework:
- Understand constructive alignment and its’ relevance for curriculum design
- Identify a range of assessment types and how they can be used to meet diverse learner needs
- Provide relevant and appropriate feedback to students
Expand your knowledge of Curriculum and Assessment:
|C is for constructivism. What is constructive alignment and why is it relevant to curriculum and assessment? (TECHE post)
|Consider how your curriculum and assessments can be inclusive of different students. Complete the Foundations for Inclusive Teaching module (90-min module on Workday)
|Are your marking and feedback methods aligned with best practice? Find out by taking this 5-minute quiz.
|Familiarise yourself with Macquarie’s Curriculum Management System – what it’s used for, information flow, approval process, making unit or course amendments. (1-hour module on Workday).
|Complete these self-paced modules:
– using Feedback Studio (45-min Workday module) to provide students with assignments grades and feedback
– creating, using and sharing Rubrics in Turnitin (30-min module in Workday).
|Enrol in the Feedback for Student Learning self-paced module and pick the ‘marker’ or ‘teacher’ pathway (whichever is most relevant for your role). Choose 2 or 3 feedback strategies to try this session. (20-60 minute module in iLearn).
Take it to the next level: Make your feedback constructive and action-oriented
|The Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching MOOC guides you through feedback and feedforward so you can master one of the most challenging aspects of teaching. (2-hour free self-paced module)
If you would like support to create a personalised professional development plan to enhance your teaching capability, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org