Designing assessment regimes
All of the tasks you set for a unit that are assessable comprise the assessment regime.
Assessment tasks play a key role in shaping and evaluating students’ learning. Well designed assessment activities work as motivation for learning, as well as providing measures of learning. To achieve these goals, though, tasks must align with the unit and course learning outcomes, unit content, and the students’ current levels of skill development.
Creating an appropriate assessment regime in your unit is context-specific. This resource will provide an overview of some key things to consider when developing a new - or revising an existing - assessment task or the entire assessment regime, and will point you towards more detailed support and resources for different aspects of the process.
This resource outlines what must be included in an assessment regime, how to design an assessment regime, and how to validate the assessment regime before and after it is implemented.
Education Performance Standards Framework
The Education Performance Standards identify the expectations of education practice at Monash – See the Education Performance Standards for more details.
Impact on student learning
Impact on educational knowledge
Impact on educational environment
Effective teaching and learning
Responsive program design
Student- centred orientation
Professional learning engagement
Pedagogical content knowledge
Education research performance
You could address these Practice Elements by providing evidence of how you:
This MEA module takes a look at the way(s) in which students are provided with feedback and explores best practice
Read this blog post around the 5 myths of assessment and watch Phillip Dawson’s webinar recording on how to structure and design assessments for security.