Assessment for Learning should enable students to succeed in Assessment of Learning and to use assessment as a vital learning tool.
Guidance on developing clear and coherent marking criteria for different assessment methods that students understand and make use of.
Guidance on designing different types of assessment including key advantages and considerations for each method.
How to use student voice to inform and improve students’ experience of assessment and feedback, including experiences of formative assessment.
Supporting students to take an active role in the feedback process to equip them to become self-regulating, independent learners.
Mentimeter is a web-based polling tool, that allows you to gather reponses from students to engage them in their learning. It can be used synchronously, during lectures or other teaching activities. It can also be used asynchronously, between in-person sessions.
The pre-delivery checklist will support departments as they plan and prepare for the first year of delivery.
What is Moodle Board? Moodle Board enables a post-it board activity for students. This is a collaborative activity where the teachers sets out a number of columns with optional names and then participants can add contributions to the columns. Students
What is Fair Allocation? This activity allows students to rate choices according to their preferences. The activity supports multiple different rating strategies (e.g. Accept-Deny, Rank, Points, Likert-scale). After a predefined time period for the student to make their choices, an
Strategies to promote inclusive assessment design and overcome common barriers that students face.