This section contains an overview of some learner-centred and inclusive assessment methods: Assessment for Learning, Ipsative Assessment, Varied Assessment, and Co-Assessment.
This section highlights the importance of using developmental assessment and feedback methods, as well as diversity, dialogue and transparency, spacing, consistency, and student-staff partnership in assessment design.
This section provides an overview of some evidence-based feedback principles.
This section contains resources on the importance of encouraging meta-level engagement by students on Assessment and Feedback.
Feed-forward involves using assessment for, rather than just of, learning.
This section provides links to Goldsmiths’ Assessment Feedback Policy 2018, the HEA Assessment Audit and the NUS Assessment and Feedback Benchmarking Tool.
All original resources in this toolkit (resources developed by TaLIC at Goldsmiths) are licensed under Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).