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The Professional Development Expert Group is now in place, tosupport the pilot studies of the Professional DevelopmentFramework, and 10 participants are representing their institutionfrom within the university and IoT sectors, as well as privatecolleges including NUI Maynooth, NUI Galway, University ofLimerick, DKIT, IT Tralee, Limerick Institute of Technology,Griffith College, and IPTAS, with the potential of others to joinshortly.

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NF Associates 1.0.0 APK
National Forum Associates form an integrated part of the structureof the National Forum. Associates are key and vital links betweentheir institution and the National Forum.
NF PD Experts 1.0.0 APK
The Professional Development Expert Group is now in place, tosupport the pilot studies of the Professional DevelopmentFramework, and 10 participants are representing their institutionfrom within the university and IoT sectors, as well as privatecolleges including NUI Maynooth, NUI Galway, University ofLimerick, DKIT, IT Tralee, Limerick Institute of Technology,Griffith College, and IPTAS, with the potential of others to joinshortly.
NF Assessment Experts 1.0.0 APK
As part of the National Forum’s Enhancement Theme, we are drawingon Irish expertise to build capacity for the enhancement ofassessment of, for and as learning. This working group is a)focusing on ‘Assessment of, for and as learning: Developing asectoral understanding’and b) Programme assessment . Each member ofthis group (n=33 and n=45) has been identified either through theirpublications, presentations or self-identified expertise in thisarea. This online forum will build on the face-to-face sessions inorder to contribute to a national understanding, plan foridentification and sharing of good practices in this area. Inaddition, the group will assist in the development of furtherresources that will inform the sector, i.e. Practice or PolicyForum InsightsThe first face-to-face activity, for the sectoralunderstanding group is a workshop on Wednesday 9th November,10.00am-4.00pm in O’Callaghan Mont Clare Hotel, Dublin. Theanticipated outputs of this workshop are, to create:A first draftof working definitions of assessment of, for and as learning inIrish higher educationA first draft of a visual overview of therelationship between concepts such as assessment of, for and aslearning, formative assessment, summative assessment, studentfeedback, staff feedback, dialogic feedback, high/low stakesassessmentThe identification of a glossary of termsTheidentification of key resources/case studies for engaging studentsin of, for and as assessmentThe initial identification of some keyassessment principlesThe first workshop for the Programmeassessment Group is the Wednesday, 7th December, 2016. The workshopaims to explore:• What are the key enablers and barriers toprogramme assessment?• What approaches do Irish assessment expertsfeel are most effective in informing, reviewing, planning,implementing and evaluating programme assessment?• What areexamples of good practices in this area (development of casestudies)?• What programme-level assessment review tools anddatasets are currently available at national and internationallevel which might inform the development of an Irish tool andprocess?• What are the first step in creating an IrishData-Informed Programme Assessment Review Tool and Process?Over thecoming months we plan to integrate the work of these two groups.TheNational Forum greatly appreciates the contribution of these twogroups to the assessment theme.
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