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.
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).