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20-21 Accredited 30 credits
20-21 Non-Accredited 30 credits
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The Assessment Strategy has been designed to support and enhance the development of subject-based knowledge and skills, whilst ensuring that the Learning Outcomes are achieved.
The controlled conditions assessment for this module comprises MCQ or Varied Online Question (VOQ) style questions covering theoretical (lecture based) knowledge and understanding. The exam will be broken down into topic specific sections to guarantee adequate coverage of all key areas to map to the learning outcomes.
Coursework will primarily assess practical knowledge and skills relevant to the lectures, by way of an online portfolio consisting of multiple mini-tasks covering the breadth and depth of the practical sessions. This assessment is designed to encourage engagement with the practicals and the necessary reading material in a continuous fashion, and to encourage improved attendance at said practicals.
Formative assessment will also be available throughout both semesters by way of online formative quizzes that are designed to give the student's the opportunity to test their own understanding of the lecture material without the final grade counting towards their overall mark. It does however present both student and academic with the chance to see that grade and adjust teaching and learning accordingly depending on cohort performance
Both formative and summative feedback is available through the year by way of the VLE (Blackboard), with more specific feedback provided either individually or more generally when appropriate and depending on the nature of the assignment/learning task.
This module contributes towards:
The module content covers:
Human Anatomy and Physiology is a core module for multiple programmes and so must cover an appropriate breadth and depth of knowledge to service all requirements, both accredited and non-accredited. The module therefore aims to deliver specialist knowledge through taught lectures, together with inductive tutorials and seminars to enable application and problem-solving utilising this knowledge. Student learning will be further supported through the University's e-learning environment, Blackboard, with provision of materials and activities to guide independent study.
On successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
Learning and Teaching
Scheduled learning includes lectures, seminars, tutorials, project supervision, demonstration, practical classes and workshops; fieldwork; external visits; work based learning; supervised time in studio/workshop.
Independent learning includes hours engaged with essential reading, case study preparation, assignment preparation and completion etc.
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