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Oral versus written assessments: a test of student performance and attitudes

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Huxham, M., Campbell, F., & Westwood, J. (2012)
Oral versus written assessments: a test of student performance and attitudes. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 37(1), 125-136. https://doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2010.515012
Student performance in and attitudes towards oral and written assessments were compared using quantitative and qualitative methods. Two separate cohorts of students were exami...

The medium makes the message: Effects of cues on students' lecture notes

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Huxham, M. (2010)
The medium makes the message: Effects of cues on students' lecture notes. Active learning in higher education, 11(3), 179-188. https://doi.org/10.1177/1469787410379681
Previous work has shown that students’ notes often fail to record key facts and concepts. The relatively recent widespread adoption of PowerPoint slides and handouts might now...

Fast and effective feedback: are model answers the answer?

Journal Article
Huxham, M. (2007)
Fast and effective feedback: are model answers the answer?. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 32(6), (601-611). doi:10.1080/02602930601116946. ISSN 0260-2938
Feedback to students is essential for effective learning, but there is little empirical information on what kind of feedback is best. This study compares student responses and...

Extended induction tutorials for ‘at risk’ students

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Huxham, M. (2005)
Extended induction tutorials for ‘at risk’ students. Ulster: The STAR (Student Transition and Retention) Project
Biology students at risk are identified through the completion of a diagnostic test, which is based on the characteristics of early leavers. Those students identified as bei...

Learning in lectures: Do ‘interactive windows’ help?

Journal Article
Huxham, M. (2005)
Learning in lectures: Do ‘interactive windows’ help?. Active learning in higher education, 6(1), 17-31. https://doi.org/10.1177/1469787405049943
Many educational development resources recommend making conventional lectures more interactive. However, there is little firm evidence supporting either the acceptability (to ...

Assigning Students in Group Work Projects. Can We Do Better than Random?

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Huxham, M., & Land, R. (2000)
Assigning Students in Group Work Projects. Can We Do Better than Random?. Innovations in education and training international, 37(1), (17-22). doi:10.1080/135580000362043. ISSN 1355-8005
Group work projects are increasingly used in higher education, but there is little guidance on how best to allocate students to groups. If groups can be engineered to contain ...

The relationship between stress and retention within science undergraduates, their use of support and the potential remedial effect of stress education.

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Harris, P. J. (2016)
The relationship between stress and retention within science undergraduates, their use of support and the potential remedial effect of stress education. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/453554
Students experience stress due to many factors including educational unpreparedness, financial strain and the inability to integrate socially. This mixed methods study aimed t...

Preliminary findings on police custody delivery in the twenty-first century: Is it ‘good’ enough?

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Skinns, L., Wooff, A., & Sprawson, A. (2015)
Preliminary findings on police custody delivery in the twenty-first century: Is it ‘good’ enough?. Policing and Society, 27(4), 358-371. https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2015.1058377
Since the 1980s, police custody in England and Wales has seen the civilianisation and privatisation of key roles formerly performed by police officers and changes to how polic...

Police legitimacy in context: an exploration of “soft” power in police custody in England

Journal Article
Skinns, L., Rice, L., Sprawson, A., & Wooff, A. (2017)
Police legitimacy in context: an exploration of “soft” power in police custody in England. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 40(3), 601-613. https://doi.org/10.1108/PIJPSM-06-2016-0077
For the most part, the procedural justice model has been found to generalise across different social groups and social contexts in the Anglo-American world (e.g. Jackson et al...

Innovative assessment across the disciplines An analytical review of the literature.

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Hounsell, D., Falchikov, N., Hounsell, J., Klampfleitner, M., Huxham, M., Thomson, K., & Blair, S. (2006)
Innovative assessment across the disciplines An analytical review of the literature. York: The Higher Education Academy
In universities, where the choice of methods of assessment is devolved, such methods can differ by subject area, by course and by institution. Yet while devolution offers scop...

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