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South East PGwT: Marking & Assessment: What Makes a First a First, Dealing with Difficult Students, Managing Supervisory Relationships - Monday, 2 June, 2008, London
The work expected from first, second and third year students are different. What makes them different and how should they be assessed? Get to grips with what to expect from students at different levels as well gaining a better understanding of what makes a first a first during this session. Dr. Katherine Harrington, London Metropolitan will lead this session using exemplar psychology essays and assessment criteria differentiated by level.
Do students talk or use mobile phones during your seminars? Do you find it difficult to get students to share ideas or contribute to class discussions? This session will provide an opportunity to explore a range of difficult situations that maybe encountered whilst teaching, and provide some practical strategies and ideas on good practice to help you resolve these problems. Carol Wood, University of Westminster, will lead this session.
Supervisor-student relationship: How to manage it
Dr. Lynn Clark, University of Liverpool, will consider the all-important supervisor-student relationship which can be one of the most challenging aspects of the research degree for both parties. This session will consider how to make the most of it.
Psychology Case Studies Handout
University of Liverpool
|10:00-10:15||Registration and coffee|
|10:30-12:00||Supervisor-student relationship: How to manage it - Dr. Lynn Clark|
|12:45-2:15||Marking & Assessment: What makes a first a first - Dr. Katherine Harrington|
|2:20-3:45||Dealing with Difficult Students - Carol Wood|
|3:45-4:00||Wrap-up, refreshments and socialising|