TESTA Methodology Workshop Packages

Please consult Dr Tansy Jessop or Yaz El Hakim by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to arrange a full training workshop on the TESTA methodology. The normal cost of a day long workshop by one member of the team is £600. The training has been run successfully at the University of New South Wales, Australia, Liverpool John Moores, Roehampton University, and Ediburgh University. Seven UK universities underwent training in the TESTA approach during the HEA Change academy programme on Assessment and Feedback in 2012. You can download an indicative programme on TESTA>Resources>Research Toolkit. The hyperlink is http://www.testa.ac.uk/resources/research-toolkit

TESTA Summit, Woburn House, London: 16 Sept 2013
21 universities were represented at the TESTA summit, hosted by SEDA, and sponsored by the University of Winchester and the Higher Education Academy. Among those represented were academics and PhD students from two Indian universities, Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi, and Saurashtra University in Gujarat, and keynote speaker, Professor Sean Brawley from UNSW in Australia. Presenters from the University of Birmingham, Keele Univerasity and University College London shared their approaches to using TESTA. Steve Ouram, Academic Lead for the HEA Change Academy, and Dr Erica Morris, Academic Lead for Assessment and Feedback at the HEA gave helpful overviews. The day closed with an interactive Global Cafe session to discuss key issues, challenges and common themes in using TESTA to develop programme-wide approaches. TESTA Summit Programmme Participants

SEDA Workshop: Woburn House, London: 27 Oct 2010

Professor Graham Gibbs led a workshop for SEDA (Staff and Educational Development Association) on the TESTA methodology at Woburn House on October 27th 2010. Carol Smith, Programme Director of American Studies at Winchester contributed to the workshop from her programme leadership perspective of being part of the TESTA project at Winchester.


Power point presentations: http://www.testa.ac.uk/resources/best-practice-guides