NTR - Assessment and Feedback
Assessment and Feedback
'Nothing we do to, or for our students is more important than our assessment of their work and the feedback we give them on it. The results of our assessment influence students for the rest of their lives...’
Race, Brown and Smith (2005)
Race, P. Brown, S. and Smith, B. (2005) 500 Tips on assessment: 2nd edition, London: Routledge.
This sub-group of the repository seeks to collate the very best in assessment and feedback related practice, and may include but is in no way limited to:
• The development and implementation of assessment policy and practice.
• Approaches to assessing performance, measuring understanding and providing high-quality feedback.
Claire Moscrop, BPP University,
Sue Canning, The University of Liverpool
and Dr Duncan Cross, The University of Bolton