Monthly Archives: June 2015

More on the gender differences on our level 2 physics module

I’m returning to the topic raised here. To summarise, significantly fewer women than men study our level 2 (FHEQ L5) physics module S207 and, more worryingly, those who do are significantly less likely to¬†complete it, and those who complete it … Continue reading

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Reflections on AHEC 2: Assessment transparency

I should start by saying that Tim Hunt’s summary of last week’s Assessment in Higher Education Conference is excellent, so I don’t know why I’m bothering! Seriously, we went to some different sessions, in particular Tim went to many more … Continue reading

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Reflections on AHEC 1: remembering that students are individuals

I’ve been at the 5th Assessment in Higher Education Conference, now truly international, and a superb conference. As in 2013, the conference was at Maple House in Birmingham.¬† With 200 delegates we filled the venue completely, but it was a … Continue reading

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