The University’s Feedback Protocols and Three Week Turnaround
- Feedback Protocols briefing paper
- Implementing the Feedback Protocols
- Achieving the 3 week turnaround – a collection of effective methods based on experience at SHU and elsewhere. It includes practical suggestions for academic staff, course leaders and managers.
Assessment Essentials and other toolkits
- Assessment Essentials contains a range of information, guides and cases studies focusing on feedback.
- The Accessible Assessments toolkit has guidance on giving inclusive feedback.
- The EAT Framework (Evans, 2016) provides a research-informed integrated and holistic approach to assessment feedback. It has evolved from extensive research on assessment feedback (Evans, 2013) and use in practice within higher education institutions (HEIs).
- Technology, Feedback, Action! – an evaluation of different technical approaches and how they can encourage students to engage with their feedback and formulate actions to improve future learning. It includes Best Practice Guides following on from the Technology, Feedback, Action! research.
- Formative Assessment in Science Teaching (FAST) – findings from the project.
- Assessment Standards Knowledge Exchange (ASKe) – Oxford Brooks University, a CETL project focused on developing an evidence base and good practice to support HE communities in sharing understandings of assessment standards. The ASKe Matrix – outlines four approaches to how students develop an understanding of assessment standards.
- Audio Feedback – a briefing that explains what audio feedback is, why it is useful and what to think about when producing and distributing it.
- Using e-learning technologies to facilitate effective feedback practices
- Changes to assignment submission in Blackboard
- Giving feedback on exams
- Patterns of Assessment and workshop on Assessment Patterns, keynote from Dr Helen Barefoot
- Assessment Principles
Visualising feedback and assessment
Visualising assessment and feedback activities through a course helps the course team to relate not only assessment and feedback across modules but also teaching strategies and philosophies.
- The ESCAPE approach to visualising assessment timelines with a very useful video which clarifies the importance of designing with consideration of assessment patterns.
- Map My Programme – a collection of practical documents from the University of Greenwich to support staff in taking an holistic course level approach to assessment design
- Visualising Assessment Design planning tool – Visualising Assessment Design planning tool – print this off and use with colleagues coloured to plot assessments for your course using counters or markers.
Faculty Delivered Information
- Assessment and feedback information page General information about Assessment and Feedback
- Assessment and feedback information page General information about Assessment and Feedback.
- Assessment and feedback toolkit a resource to support the development of assessment and feedback in modules. The focus of the toolkit is on using technology to support assessment and feedback. There are also links to practical guides and useful templates.