Anne Quinney, CEL Theme Leader for Assessment & Feedback recently attended the Researching Assessment Practices (RAP) Conference at Southampton University.
The conference was organised by Professor Carol Evans (a National Teaching Fellow) who has developed a set of free resources to support assessment – the EAT Assessment Framework Resources.
What is EAT?
- EAT is a research-informed assessment framework resource for all staff and students in higher education
- EAT synthesises high quality research and practice evidence over the last 20 years on Assessment Literacy, Feedback and Design
- EAT can be used at individual, team, faculty and university levels to develop and evaluate integrated assessment practices.
- EAT emphasises a self-regulatory approach to assessment and promotes student engagement with assessment
There are lecturer and student resources looking at 12 areas of assessment.
Access the resources here https://eatframework.org.uk
There is also an EAT App https://app.eatframework.org.uk
There is also a journal paper, Making Sense of Assessment Feedback, that can be accessed through http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.3102/0034654312474350
Do let Anne Quinney (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you use these resources. It would be helpful to have a short case study for the CEL Assessment & Feedback Toolkit.