Presentation on theme: "By Sue Annetts, 23/9/13 Assessment drives learning: it tells us what we’re good at and where / how we can improve."— Presentation transcript:
by Sue Annetts, 23/9/13
Assessment drives learning: it tells us what we’re good at and where / how we can improve
Assessments are scrutinised internally and externally Marking criteria and guidance will be made available in a timely way We have procedures to maximise the consistency of marking We aim to provide individual constructive written feedback on summative assignments within four working weeks
To read the school handbook and assessment guidance on learning central as a lot of initial queries can be answered by doing this.
What is it? Essentially, it’s using the ideas or words of others as your own Can be classed as plagiarism, collusion or exam misconduct.
School handbook Learning central Assessment Matters web pages: Academic regulations inc unfair practice policy: dregs/academic-regulations-handbook html How to avoid unfair practice: https://ilrb.cf.ac.uk/plagiarism/index.html#page =General