Part 3 – Live virtual seminar

Theme 4 closed with a live virtual seminar on Wednesday September 16th, hosted jointly by the Economics Network, the UCL Centre for Teaching and Learning Economics (CTaLE) and Warwick University Department of Economics. It was part of the popular series of #EconTEAching seminars.

The planned schedule for the session is set out below. The video has been edited to remove the break and breakout session.

15:00-15:05

Introduction

Stefania Paredes-Fuentes (Session Chair)

15:05-15:45

Panel discussion - The Shift to Remote Assessment: What We Did, What We Learnt

Paul Middleditch (Manchester)
Marion Prat (Bristol)
Steven Proud (Economics Network and Bristol)
Michael Reynolds (Leeds)

15:45-15:55

Break [please stay live on Zoom but take a few minutes away from your device]

15:55-16:10

Top tips for designing adaptable assessment

Parama Chaudhury (UCL)
Cloda Jenkins (UCL)

Kay Sambell (Edinburgh Napier University)

16:10-16:15

Explanation of breakout room activity  

Cloda Jenkins (UCL)

16:15-16:45

Breakout room activity

Everyone

16:45-17:00

Wrap-up

Parama Chaudhury (UCL)

The results of the breakout activity are linked from Part 2.

Next: Part 4 - What next?