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ADEPT – Assessment for Learning 1 Workshop

Assessment is a powerful tool for student learning.  In this module, you will engage with evidence-based, good practice principles for effective and efficient assessment design and apply them to your teaching context. You will identify how assessments can be aligned with the Universal Design for Learning Principles to ensure inclusive learning experiences for a diverse student cohort.  You will be introduced to a range of assessment approaches, and explore how to evaluate the quality of rubrics to provide constructive and informative feedback.

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Where to for higher education from here? Common global pandemic, very different national outcomes

Where to for higher education from here?  Common global pandemic, very different national outcomes. In this not to be missed seminar, Professor Simon Marginson, Professor of Higher Education, University of Oxford, will explore the impact of COVID-19 globally, including the capacity for Australian universities to remain as a world class research sector and international education destinations.

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“Ghost student” failure among equity cohorts: Towards understanding non-participating enrolments

The NCSEHE will host a webinar on 15 April at 1:00 pm AEST (national times listed below), presenting new research led by Dr Bret Stephenson on “ghost student” failure in higher education.

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