Applications of EVS

K. Robins, A. Jefferies, J. Willis, I. Cross, J. Lorimer

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Abstract

How did you use EVS in your teaching? For seven weeks over a semester, an EVS drop quiz for summative feedback was given in the lecture. This best five quiz results were then used as part of their assessment and worth 10% of the overall module mark. Each quiz had six questions and had a mix of both qualitative and quantitative questions. The information being tested in the quiz was from the previous week‟s lecture to give students time to absorb the lecture information and prepare. MCQs were created from a bank of questions that had been written by previous students, on the same module, as part of their assignment. A weekly league table was uploaded to StudyNet to show how students were progress-ing. The results were shown by student registration number rather than name. Students achieving more than 70% were highlighted in green, from 40% - 70% in amber and be-low 40% in red. Comments were also attached next to the mark on the league table.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)36-43
JournalBlended Learning in Practice
Volume2011
Issue numberJanuary
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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