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Blackboard Book by Eleanor Watts

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Grades: While we might understand what the different grades that we award mean, students tend not to. Take the time to explain how marks are awarded for your course and what the different grades indicate. Discuss the implications of assessment criteria. Show students where to get additional help. 5: How to promote an effective transition to HE 41 Tip: Get students to grade anonymous sample essays. Discuss the grades that they award – and the ones that you did. Discuss why they have marked higher or lower than you.

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Research project: Set a specific task that requires students to research the university of their choice – in terms of courses offered, teaching and learning practices, awards of credits and class of degree, work placement and postgraduate opportunities. Students can write a report or deliver a presentation on their findings.  History of (Western) Ideas lecture programme: We have seen such programmes work both in further and higher education. Typically these might consist of a series of lectures covering the history, science and technology, literature and the arts from the mediaeval period to the present day.

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