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When you only get what you design for

Title: When you only get what you design for
Date/time: Wednesday 1 April 2009. Talk slot: 3-4pm
Place: Higher Education Academy, York. Further information on venue: further information     All slides from the workshop
Presenter Steve Draper,   Department of Psychology,   University of Glasgow.

Slides Slides
Handout PDF file


Prologue: Contingent tutoring
Introduction: Active vs. passive goals; obliquity
Part A: Two difficulties with dissemination
Part B: Wider perspectives on A&F


Draper,S.W. (2009) What are learners actually regulating when given feedback? (published in BJET)

Draper,S.W. (2009) Catalytic assessment (published in BJET)

Morrow,M.I. (2006) "An Application of Peer Feedback to Undergraduates' Writing of Critical Literature Reviews" Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education" vol.1 no.2 pp.61-72

Twigg, Carol papers:

Wood, D., Bruner,J. & Ross, G. (1976) "The role of tutoring in problem solving" Journal of child psychiatry vol.17 pp.89-100 [contingent tutoring]

Wood, D., Wood, H. & Middleton, D. (1978) "An experimental evaluation of four face-to-face teaching strategies" Int. j. of behavioral development vol.1 pp.131-147. [contingent tutoring]

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