A selection of some interesting papers from the recently put online Proceedings of the HEA STEM Learning and Teaching Conference 2013:
Catherine Hack: Using Rubrics to Improve Marking Reliability and to Clarify Good Performance. . DOI: 10.11120/stem.hea.2013.0027
Gaye Lightbody and Peter Nicholl: Extending the Concept of the One Minute Paper (OMP) Model. . DOI: 10.11120/stem.hea.2013.0032
Chris Martin, Graeme W. Coleman, and Janet Hughes: Do Student-produced Videos Encourage Critical Reflection among Undergraduate Computing Students?. . DOI: 10.11120/stem.hea.2013.0007
Michael James Scott and Gheorghita Ghinea: Educating Programmers: A Reflection on Barriers to Deliberate Practice.. DOI: 10.11120/stem.hea.2013.0005
Yongmei Bentley and Shamim Warwick: Students' Experience and Perceptions of Group Assignments. . DOI: 10.11120/stem.hea.2013.0028
These were a few of the papers that got my attention. A full list can be found at: http://journals.heacademy.ac.uk/doi/book/10.11120/stem.hea.2013
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