Introduction to Assessment feedback and feedforward

This resource has been supported by the shared knowledge and experience of staff. It explores the reasons to reflect on practice; provides tools to support reflection and includes a range of support resources.

This is a living resource which will grow as new case studies and content are added. Currently it consists of the following topics:

  • Why reflect on practice?
  • Tools for reflection
  • In practice
  • Assessment design and feedback
  • Blackboard tools for assessment and feedback

These topics have been structured to help you access resources easily and flexibly. You can dip into a topic directly or work through the content in the above sequence. They contain step by step guides, case studies and provide signposting to relevant resources.

PDF versions

  • A PDF version of this resource is available.
  • A PDF version of the whole Assessment feedback feedforward resource is also available.

About these resources

This resource consists of text, audio and video and it may be accessed on any device.

Assessment feedback feedforward policy and guidance

This Policy is to be read in conjunction with the guidance document. The policy and guidance applies to all HE provision.

Acknowledgements

A number of staff contributed and provided content, case studies, advice and guidance and peer review including HISA representatives. Particular thanks are due to these names listed.

These learning resources are structured into the following five main topics:

  • Why reflect on practice?
  • Tools for reflection
  • In practice
  • Assessment design
  • Blackboard tools

There is also a bookshelf which contains links to a selection of useful and relevant resources.

Throughout these learning resources you’ll find guidance on the University’s Assessment, Feedback and Feedforward policy as well as guidance on enhancing current practice.

Each of the learning resources opens up in a new browser tab. Click the ‘x’ on the tab when you have completed a topic to return to the list of resources above.

Accessibility

Accessibility

All efforts have been made to ensure materials created by the EDU comply with current accessibility guidelines (JISC: Support for learners with disabilities).

If further assistance is required with accessibility matters please contact the student support section in your academic partner UHI: Accessing learner support.

Contact

Contact

For more information on assessment and feedback guidance and policy contact Andy Brown andy.brown@uhi.ac.uk.

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Disclaimer

Disclaimer

UHI provides links to external sources of information and may refer to specific Web sites, products, processes or services within this resource. Such references are examples and are not endorsements and whilst every effort is taken to ensure the accuracy of information provided UHI is not responsible for any of the content or guidance. You are advised to exercise caution.

There may be links to social media websites. Please note staff using social media websites must comply with the university's social media policy and must comply with the Data Protection Act. For more information and help please contact Andy Brown andy.brown@uhi.ac.uk.

Key

Key

Audio

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Video

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Reading

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Download

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Link

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Reflection/journal/log

This is a reflective activity.

Activity

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Print

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Question

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PDF

PDF

  • A PDF version of this resource is available.
  • A PDF version of the whole Assessment feedback feedforward resource is also available.
Bookshelf

Bookshelf

The bookshelf contains downloadable documents, background papers and links to relevant websites referred to in these resources.

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