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Kelly Dockerty and Jess Gleisinger

Season 1, Ep. 1

In this week's episode we're joined by Kelly Dockerty, Director of Education and Student Experience and Jess Gleisinger, a student from the School of Education to talk about a project in which students examined a problem-based scenario on a real-world sustainable development issue that was aligned to the National Curriculum. We talk about inclusive and authentic assessment and how the approach has had a positive effect on student learning.


The pair have also published an article outlining their work which is available at https://www.geography.org.uk/journals/primary-geography 


Thank you for taking time to listen to the podcast. We hope you enjoy it.

We're aware the audio isn't ideal so thank you for your patience as we find our way! We will hopefully improve with our next series.

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Did you know?

Call for Papers for our International online Teaching & Learning Conference is open! We welcome submissions on the theme 'Assessment & Feedback for Student Success' until 6th March

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