Research Skill Development
for curriculum design and assessment
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This site is home to a community of academics, tutors, librarians, student support staff and of course, students, that uses the Research Skill Development (RSD) framework to create discipline-based and interdisciplinary approaches and resources. This use of the RSD enables the explicit, incremental and coherent development of students' and academics' research skills.
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Framing assessment across degrees with the RSD: HERDSA in HK:In a standard three-year degree, students encounter somewhere between 20 and 70 assignments, depending on discipline and university, from which they may receive some sort of feedback. How effectively can students see that these individual assignments fit together into a forest of learning? Recent criticisms of assessment rubrics justifiably point out their problems, such as […]Thu, 3 Jul 2014
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