Assessments may be formative (they provide feedback which students can use to improve), summative (students receive a mark which contributes to their overall module mark) or both. For summative assessment it is very important that the correct procedures are adhered to.
These articles cover pedagogic principles around assessment practices, both formative and summative, and some of the tools that can be used to conduct assessments.
For assessment procedures, see the section on assessments in the FET module leader’s handbook.
For more advice on UWE’s approach to assessments, see the Education Essentials article on Assessment and Feedback.
How PebblePad can help with assessment of, assessment for and assessment as learning.
Compare the different tools for running asynchronous tests and quizzes.
Microsoft Forms has some great features for use in education. With the ability to combine automatic and manual grading, leave…
Please read this guidance if you are planning on using group work for summative assessment.
Panopto and Collaborate can both be used for assessed student presentations – which is best for your scenario?
To avoid student panics on the day of assessment, consider setting up a practice assignment submission in Blackboard.
A series of short videos on how to use the new Blackboard Collaborate Assessment tool with your students.
Important information for staff recording student presentations using Panopto
Options for running a synchronous test or quiz in a classroom or webinar.
How to make and send video and audio feedback for students
Advice for staff on setting take-home exams and advice for students on hand-written and hand-drawn answers
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As there have been a number of communications about assessments, this guide is designed to pull together all the information…
These instructions cover how to manually set up a submission point for an online exam.
A short video guide to changing your assignment dates in PebblePad.
A simple way to add quizzes into your Panopto recordings.
Read on for tips on how to create well-written, reliable and valid multiple choice questions.
Easy-to-follow, step-by-step, visual guidance which will only take a few minutes of your time to follow.
Academics from FET explain how they have used PebblePad to deliver authentic and innovative assessments to students at all levels.
Sharing content, giving feedback and using alumni accounts in PebblePad.
Step-by-step instructions for a controlled conditions multiple choice exam.
A comparison of features in Dewis and Blackboard tests.