Resources: Assessment policies

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Assessment strategies and standards in sociology : a resource handbook
The handbook was previously held on the Assessment Strategies and Standards in Sociology project Web site which was hosted by Bath Spa University. It is now available from the C-SAP website. The aim of the project was to identify and disseminate assessment practice that would be of interest and useto teachers of sociology in higher education. The handbook contains an overview of assessment as well as sections on self and peer assessment, computer...
Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Assessment for Learning (CETL AfL)
The Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Assessment for Learning (CETL AfL) will accelerate a transformation in assessment, building on excellent practice in Education, Childhood Studies, History, English, Psychology and Engineering. Their approach to Assessment for Learning means that students will benefit from assessment which does far more than simply test what they know. It is based at the University of Northumbria
Developing and enhancing learning and teaching through an internal knowledge exchange network
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 11, summer 2008 by Ron Ritchie where he discusses the introduction of self-driven internal knowledge exchange networks at the University of the West of England, Bristol. It details how the creation of an UWE Internal Knowledge Exchange Network (IKEN) to promote the development of pedagogic practice and research across the University, has impacted on student experience and knowledge exchange,...
Enhancement Themes Initiaitive
The Enhancement Themes Initiative aims to enhance the student learning experience in Scottish higher education by identifying specific areas (themes) for development. The themes encourage academic and support staff and students to share current good practice and collectively generate ideas and models for innovation in learning and teaching. The unique Quality Enhancement model has been designed by a 4-way partnership of the Scottish Higher...
Good assessment practice : a practical guide for external examiners
This Guide, originally written for higher education teaching staff at University College, London University has been re-produced to provide External Examiners with a concise and useful overview of what might be considered good practice in assessing students’ learning. The Guide covers: * Aims, objectives and methods * Assessment as a measuring instrument * Constructing examination papers * Recent developments in assessing students’...
Guide to assessment
This document is part of the ESCalate Help Directory for Teacher Educators and the principal author is Sue Bloxham of the University of Cumbria. This guide is designed to provide a short summary of issues to be considered in developing, implementing and managing assessment in teacher education programmes. The guide highlights the important matters that need to be taken into account and provides links to relevant sources of help and suggestions...
Resources from Lost in Transmission
Resources from the ESCalate event Lost in Transmission, 8 June 2009 focusing on the gap that is often found between the feedback tutors give to students, and the transmission of this feedback into something that students can subsequently use to improve their work