Dr Therese Hopfenbeck and OUCEA DPhil student Natalie Usher present at Kent University research symposium

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

Kent University invited Director Therese Hopfenbeck and DPhil candidate Natalie Usher to present at Assessment and Feedback in Higher Education: A Research Symposium given at Kent’s Canterbury campus. The symposium was led Dr Kathleen M. Quinlan who opened with a welcome address.

Therese’s keynote was “The assessment-for-learning (Afl) movement in primary and secondary education: Lessons for higher education” exploring lessons that can be learned within HE from primary and secondary education.

Natalie Usher gave her presentation “University students’ development of evaluative expertise for essay writing in literature through peer assessment activities” drawing on her research around holistic peer assessment.

Programme and abstracts can be found here

Natalie Usher (L) Kathleen M Quinlan (R)

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