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Working towards 4* outputs for REF2021, and a 'world leading' future

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This presentation/workshop will provide insights into technical aspects of the REF , including some ‘backstage’ processes and the all-important question of the interpretation of REF criteria. Focusing on the 3/4 boundary, we will engage directly in peer assessment of three contrasting, but high quality, pre-circulated outputs. Finally, we will stand back from the immediacy of REF games to consider the longer-term issue of how to develop academic careers which have the potential for producing world-leading research. There will be opportunities for discussion and questions throughout.

1. Understanding REF assessment processes and REF criteria

2. Assessing outputs in REF terms (Perry, Fuller, Mitchell to be pre-circulated)

3. Personal career strategies for 3/4 outputs

Recommended reading:

Thomas Perry (2016) English Value-Added Measure. BERJ , Vol 42, No 6, 1056-1080

Carol Fuller (2018) The Existential Self. Gender and Education, Vol 30, No 1, 92-104

David Mitchell and David Lambert (2015) Subject Knowledge and Teacher Preparation in English Secondary Schools. Teacher Development, Vol 19, No 3, 365-380

This talk is part of the Faculty of Education Seminars series.

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