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RBullingham FoL 2020
This presentation will outline the formative assessments and online learning planned as part of a level 6 module running in the SLES community. This module has one assessment point and allows students to examine any unsolved issue within sport using an appropriate sociological theory. Student drop-ins were used, prior to the lecture time, for students to discuss potential issues in order for them to read over the Easter break. Although this is a large module there is a focus on both individualised feedback and peer learning through three formative assessments. These assessments included a range of asynchronous activities, such as forums, to allow students to engage with their own assessment as well as provide peer feedback to help develop an online community. Additionally, other platforms which enable synchronous and asynchronous including Microsoft Teams, Teams assignments, Microsoft forms, Forums and videos on Moodle, have been used to ensure that students are engaging in the module since the introduction of remote delivery. All formative assessments and technological interventions are to ensure that students have an appropriate title, theoretical framework and case study for their essay. Finally, students are asked to provide recommendations to solve the issue that they have covered to allow them to think beyond the problem and through to a solution.
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