About this topic
The resources in this topic support staff with the marking of student assessments, as well as moderation activities that are designed to ensure appropriate marking standards are applied consistently and fairly.
Assessment requires careful management to ensure the quality of our teaching and feedback. It is important that the management of assessment is closely linked to assessment design in order for assessment processes and outputs to be well-aligned.
An additional and important part of managing assessments is preventing unfair practices in assessment, including plagiarism in work submitted for assessment.
Dr Daniel Bickerton
Published 17 Oct 2019 • 19 mins read
Dr Andrew Roberts
Published 21 Jul 2021 • 15 mins read
This presentation from the 2021 Learning & Teaching Conference talks about how peer review of exemplar work allows students to compare their work to that of others and helps them to engage with the assessment criteria. Exemplar review was used as
TopicsWays of learning | Learning journeys | Designing for distance learners | Engaging with student feedback | Assessment design | Managing assessments | Providing feedback |
Professor Huw Davies
Published 03 Nov 2020 • 6 minutes read
Dr Matthew Pugh and Dr Robert Wilson
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 12 mins read
In this case study, Dr Matthew Pugh and Dr Robert Wilson discuss the successes and short-comings of changing from a continuous assessment approach to placing greater emphasis on formative exercises in the School of Mathematics.
TopicsWays of learning | Assessment design | Managing assessments | Providing feedback |
Karl Luke & Simon Wood
Published 21 Jul 2021 • 4 mins read
This presentation from the 2021 Learning & Teaching Conference looks at the Medical Education modules at Cardiff University which involve theoretical and practical applications of digital education. This session further explores their experiences of
TopicsDesigning for distance learners | Assessment design | Managing assessments | Providing feedback |
Using the three-minute thesis competition format as an authentic assessment to development science communication in undergraduates
Dr Catherine Gliddon and Dr Kirsten Pugh
Published 16 Jan 2020 • 7 mins read
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