Assessment Literacy

Understanding the process of making academic judgements, moderation

Assessment literacy for staff and students; ensuring active engagement and full understanding of the assessment journey and its requirements. Including developing rubrics, engaging students, moderation and standardisation processes.

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Engaging students with assessment and feedback

Engaging students with assessment and feedback

A guide to engaging students with their assessment feedback.

Inclusive assessment

Inclusive assessment

Insights into how to make your assessment practices inclusive

Authentic Assessment: 3-Step model for implementation

Authentic Assessment: 3-Step model for implementation

An approach to making your assessment practices authentic

L·E·A·R·N

L·E·A·R·N

Use L·E·A·R·N, a 5 step card activity for staff and students, to create dynamic learning designs.

The wheel of awareness

The wheel of awareness

Six easy active learning techniques to check for learning

Core Component and Applied Core Assessment: an introduction

Core Component and Applied Core Assessment: an introduction

An introduction to the CU-assessment approach

Authentic Assessment: An introduction

Authentic Assessment: An introduction

An introduction to the concept of authentic assessment.

Using audio feedback

Using audio feedback

An introduction to audio feedback and how to use it

Authentic Assessment – a 3 steps model

Authentic Assessment – a 3 steps model

This guide introduces the concept of authentic assessment.

Developing good written feedback

Developing good written feedback

A guide exploring how to write effective assessment feedback.

Alternative methods of feedback

Alternative methods of feedback

Insights into various ways of providing assessment feedback.

Engage: tips to encourage engagement online

Engage: tips to encourage engagement online

Six ways to encourage greater participation and engagement online

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