Category Archives: critical thinking

Living scholarship

During a workshop on teaching recognition at Harper Adams University, I was involved in discussion with colleagues about ‘what is scholarship in the context of teaching and supporting learning?’ This discussion is not new of course. Boyer’s four types of … Continue reading

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Thoughts on peer review

A combination of intensive marking, reviewing and discussion of peer review has formed a few thoughts associated with peer review … On rubric led feedback Rubrics are useful as they in some way at least set the ground rules for … Continue reading

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