Staff Videos

Live Marking

Jamie McDermott, a Lecturer in Occupational Therapy, talks about how he uses ‘live’ marking in lectures to increase student understanding of the module’s marking criteria and expected learning outcomes.

Text your questions

Jamie McDermott, a Lecturer in Occupational Therapy, talks about how he uses SMS technology to increase student engagement in large lectures, by encouraging students to text any questions or comments to a live Text Wall.

Feedback lectures

Rachel Mulholland, a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, talks about how she incorporates feedback lectures into the curriculum for Level 1 students to increase engagement with, and encourage greater use of, academic feedback.

Mid-trimester feedback

Rachel Mulholland, a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, describes how she uses mid-trimester feedback lectures with Level 3 students to aid their understanding of the module’s learning outcomes and marking criteria.

Feedback in Neurohabilitation

Barbara Bain and Fiona Moffat, Lecturers in Physiotherapy, talk about feedback practice in a Neurohabilitation module for second year students. They cover a variety of practices used to provide students with feedback on their clinical skills practice, knowledge and professional behaviour.

Practical portfolios

Dr Julie Rattray describes how she uses Portfolios in practical Biosciences skills modules to ensure that students have completed all elements of the module, reflected on the range of feedback received, and developed an action plan to feed this forward and improve future assessments.