MA Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

This page documents Ricardo Eversley’s current progress on the MALTHE. Below are currently completed and in-progress modules. Ricardo has currently gained the PGCert LTHE and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

 
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Facilitating student Learning

The FSL module is the first, core, module of the HEA-Fellowship accredited PGCert LTHE programme. FSL lays the foundation for this professional work-based learning programme. Here, much of the raw material is derived from participants’ own current Learning & Teaching (L&T) Practice in HE

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Managing the Assessment and Feedback Process

This module examines the role that assessment and feedback plays within the overall learning process. It covers two main areas: the pedagogical aspect of assessment and feedback and the subject specific requirements of assessment including the impact of professional bodies.

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Curriculum Evaluation and Development

The concept of the curriculum brings together issues of teaching, learning, assessment and the use of supporting technologies. This module addresses the overarching and institutional context of teaching and learning in HE, and provides holistic frameworks for design and evaluation of the learning experience. These frameworks are applied to projects related to the participants' own subject areas.

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Web-based Learning and Teaching

Web-based Learning & Teaching focuses specifically on the design and implementation of teaching, learning and assessment within managed learning environments (MLE). It is intended for education professionals who wish to investigate and critically examine the professional context for implementing and applying learning technologies for 21st Century learners. The module focuses specifically on the design and implementation of teaching, learning and assessment within managed learning environments (MLE).