Action mapping is an outcomes-focused approach to behaviour change that we use at the start of every project. It was a real thrill to discuss it in detail (and check that we were doing it right!).
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Cathy is speaking at the OEB conference later this year if you want to hear from her in person. Find out more at: https://oeb.global/
She blogs at blog.cathy-moore.com
The assessment concept Ross discussed, 'consequential validity', is covered here: Boud, D. (1995). 'Assessment and learning: contradictory or complementary'. In: Knight, P. ed. Assessment for Learning in Higher Education. London: Kogan Page/SEDA. pp. 35-48.
Yes, Ross is back at uni, so look forward to another 10 weeks of academic references.
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