Are you looking for ideas or advice for planning assessments?

Some new resources have been added to the Assessment & Feedback Toolkit
that you may find helpful when planning assessments for the next academic year.

(1) The University of Leeds has published a compendium of assessment types which includes student perspectives.

https://teachingexcellence.leeds.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/89/2018/10/PUGHcompendiumcomplete.pdf

(2) JISC has recently published a report on the future of assessment – setting out five principles and 5 targets for 2025.

http://repository.jisc.ac.uk/7733/1/the-future-of-assessment-report.pdf

The 5 principles are:

• Authentic assessment
• Accessible assessment
• Appropriately automated assessment
• Continuous assessment and
• Secure assessment

Do remember when you are planning assessments for Level 4, 5 and 7 for the academic year 2020-21 that they must align with the principles and parameters set out in ARPP Principles of Assessment Design Policy 6c. Assessments for Level 6 will follow this new pattern in the following academic year.

https://intranetsp.bournemouth.ac.uk/pandptest/6c-principles-of-assessment-design-policy.pdf

(3) Leaflet on Promoting Assessment Literacy

You may have received a paper copy of this concertina in your pigeonhole but the content is now included in the Assessment & Feedback Toolkit.

To get to the Assessment & Feedback Toolkit please follow this link
https://staffintranet.bournemouth.ac.uk/aboutbu/professionalservices/flie/assessmentandfeedbacktoolkit/

Anne Quinney
Theme Leader for Assessment & Feedback

 

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