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6 principles of first-year curriculum: Monitoring and Evaluation

By Kathy Egea,

In the last part of this series, discover strategies to identify and assist students at risk and reflect on how to improve classroom practice.

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6 principles of first-year curriculum: Assessment

By Kathy Egea,

Assessment is both important for determining student understanding of subject content, and as an opportunity to provide feedback.

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6 principles of first-year curriculum: Engagement

By Kathy Egea,

The fourth principle in this series links successful transition with students' connection to content, peers, academics, and the wider university.

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6 principles of first-year curriculum: Design

By Kathy Egea,

Design underpins all of the first-year curriculum principles, scaffolding learning for student success.

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6 principles of first-year curriculum: Diversity

By Kathy Egea,

Diversity recognises that students come from varied backgrounds and experiences – discover some activities to get to know your diverse students better.

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6 principles of first-year curriculum: Transition

By Kathy Egea,

Transition focusses on supporting students to build on past educational experiences and become independent, lifelong learners.

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First-year transition: following the 6 first-year curriculum principles

By Kathy Egea,

Kathy Egea and Jacqueline Melvold introduce the six principles of first-year transition, adapted from their upcoming MOOC module.

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FFYE Forum: from surviving to thriving in teamwork

By Lucy Blakemore,

The latest FFYE forum highlighted research and practice on ways to build trust, relationships and group cohesion in student teamwork.

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What’s love got to do with it? Belonging at the FFYE Forum

By Chris Girdler,

Care, concern and kindness are key to creating a positive student experience at UTS, as we discovered at the latest FFYE forum.

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From the FFYE Forum: Doing Feedback – making it count

By Kathy Egea,

A packed FFYE Forum considered some big ideas in feedback and assessment, with students and staff sharing experience and practice.

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