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Blogs and wikis as assessments to support learning.

Using blogging and wikis to support learning

Blogging and wikis can be used to assess student learning and progress, as Ian Bailey from the Faculty of Science and Technology explains in this presentation from the 2013 Westminster Learning Futures webinar series.  Ian uses blogging and wikis at levels five and six in some of the forensic anthropology modules offered as part of the […]

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Blog grading criteria

Blog grading criteria

  The above resource (click image to open) is an example of grading criteria used to mark blogs in a module that is part of the MA Higher Education. The criteria have been refined over time to include peer learning, as this is a valuable aspect of blogging – blogging is more like a conversation, […]

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Blogging for assessment

Blogging for assessment

A former MA Higher Education student talks about his experience of blogging as part of module assessment.  He talks about his initial fears, how he overcame them and how much he benefited from this experience. Blogging offers a way for students to have ‘learning conversations’ with one another, allowing them to present their ideas and […]

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