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Fun with assessment. The EAT tool

Fun with assessment. The EAT tool
Fun with assessment. The EAT tool
While the principles of effective assessment feedback within higher education are well known (Evans, 2013), implementing effective assessment designs is far less straightforward. Building on a number of frameworks and using a research-informed approach, I will outline and demonstrate the value of a specific assessment tool in assisting lecturers to support students’ selfregulatory skills development within the higher education context.
Evans, Carol
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Evans, Carol
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Evans, Carol (2016) Fun with assessment. The EAT tool. 2016 Association of National Teaching Fellows, Birmingham, United Kingdom. 21 - 22 Mar 2017.

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While the principles of effective assessment feedback within higher education are well known (Evans, 2013), implementing effective assessment designs is far less straightforward. Building on a number of frameworks and using a research-informed approach, I will outline and demonstrate the value of a specific assessment tool in assisting lecturers to support students’ selfregulatory skills development within the higher education context.

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Published date: March 2016
Venue - Dates: 2016 Association of National Teaching Fellows, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 2017-03-21 - 2017-03-22

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/417246
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Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 18:59

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