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The University’s Teaching Transformation Programme includes assessment as one of three areas that Schools might prioritise for development. Projects might include an audit and revision of assessment at programme level, or redesign of assessment to better support learning.
Assessment is often the focus for students and a strong motivator of interest. What is assessed, and how, gives strong messages about the knowledge, understanding and skills that are important in the discipline.
Dr Rachel Scudamore Teaching and Learning Directorate
What colleagues are saying about Asessment and feedback - @UoN blogs
Choices of assessment methods and timing in the module/programme.
Exam organisation, policies, regulations, classification and tools.
Tools, processes and people to talk to.
Ongoing conversations with students about progress and development.
Guidance on educating students about your expectations and Policies on Academic Misconduct.
Guidance on the External Examiner system is available from Academic Services.
In recognition of the complex and multifaceted nature of the student experience of assessment, the project comprises a range of areas of activity. The primary focus is on enhancing student and staff assessment literacy. ...
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“Our priority at the moment is securing renewal of our accreditation with the Institute of Physics, so what we’ve started doing at the School is the process of mapping the learning outcomes of our ...
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Dr Neil Hughes discusses an example of an assessment strategy, its key features, the implementation in a programme and the impact on NSS over a period of two years. Dr Hughes is the Director of ...
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