Cracking the code : a checklist to complement CRAs for first year Justice students
Quadrelli, Carol A. & Grevis-James, Nancy (2013) Cracking the code : a checklist to complement CRAs for first year Justice students. In 2012 QUT Learning & Teaching Grant Symposium, 7 November 2012, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)
It is well recognised in the literature on first year higher education that there is a need for Universities to provide further support and development in student learning skills and engagement. Assessment and feedback is an area with differing expectations and understandings among academics and students (e.g. AUSSE, CEQ). Consistency and explicitness in academic feedback is fundamental in assisting students in their transition to university education and learning. This poster captures the progress of an 18 month funded by the Faculty of Law Teaching and Learning Grant scheme (QUT). The project sought to develop and trial an assessment checklist/diagnostic tool to accompany Criteria Referenced Assessment sheets for students within the School of Justice, Law Faculty, Queensland University of Technology (QUT).The checklist was trialled across four units in the School of Justice (Law faculty) amongst an estimated cohort of over 600 students undertaking single and dual degrees.
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