Follow-up on “Hacking Assignment Practice” with Sandra Sinfield

Sandra_SinfieldA really big thank you must go to Sandra for leading a fabulous TLC today (26th April 2016).  It was thought provoking, challenging and inspiring in equal measures.  Thanks to a very engaged audience the chat pod was filled with questions, comments, ideas, experiences and lots of links to useful follow-up resources (see Chat pod transcript below).

One question Sandra was asked but we ran out of time for was ‘How many students…?’ Sandra has already let me know that “class has between 70-90 students (at the beginning of the year – and depending on recruitment) – and Tom & I team teach – keeping them as one large cohort throughout…“.

Please get in touch with Sandra directly if you have any further follow-up questions relating to the TLC at or follow her on twitter @Danceswithcloud.

As usual I have made the recording available on the TLC archive page at:

Sandra has kindly shared her slides and I have also provided a link to a copy of the transcript form the chat pod below.

Hacking Assessment Practice: Sandra Sinfield – Slides

Hacking Assignment Practice – Chat Pod Transcript

Thanks so much for all of your excellent contributions during today’s TLC.

The TLC team.

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About Rod Cullen

I am a Senior Lecturer in Learning and Teaching Technologies in the Learning Innovation Team at Manchester Metropolitan University. I have gained considerable experience over almost 20 years in design, delivery and evaluation of online learning, teaching and assessment. I am particularly interested in assessment and feedback practice as well as the emerging role of web conferencing technologies to support blended and distance learning.

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