Bucks Student-Staff Assessment Workshop. Aim: To achieve greater clarity and consistency in our assessment process Date: Thursday 26 February 2009 Presenter: Ken Marsden Head of Learning and Teaching Bucks New University. Assessing Students .
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Aim: To achieve greater clarity and consistency
in our assessment process
Date: Thursday 26 February 2009
Presenter: Ken Marsden
Head of Learning and Teaching
Bucks New University
“It’s the most important thing we ever do ……..
we should be careful to get it right”
Professor Phil Race (Leeds Metropolitan University), THE, 29/01/09 p.25
So how can we “get it right”?
One of 3 Objectives
(e.g. essay, report, portfolio, exam, electronic/lab test, reflective log, research file, TCA’s, OSCE’s, etc.)
(Media Studies, University of Brighton)
Ann Mroz (THE) 29/01/09 p.25
Some Practical Examples -
(e.g. 1:1, 2:1, 2:2, etc.)
(University of Gloucestershire)
(Alverno College, Milwaukee, USA)
10 Principles of Good Feedback Practice
Learning Outcomes Module Information
Student Reflections Student Declaration and Signature
Written Feedback Criteria
Layout and Composition Weighting
Any Other Information…………………..?
If yes, then why?
If not, then maybe LEARNING has been achieved……?