Related resources to design the assessment regime
Here are some relevant resources that will help support you with designing your assessment regime.
This site contains resources to support university educators in designing good assessments. It includes guides, frameworks, events and publications.
This resource outlines the various considerations for marking and grading at Monash, including core information about assessment rubric design.
This resource describes the different assessment types and appropriate methods to implement the chosen type. This includes writing questions for different assessment types.
Relevant policies & procedures
Monash has specific policies and procedures related to designing the assessment regime. Take the time to review these to inform your teaching practice.
Explains requirements of developing and implementing an assessment regime for a unit, rules around scheduling, extensions, hurdles, alternative and supplementary assessments, and communicating assessment requirements.
Outlines processes and principles for marking, blind marking, second marking, double marking, provision of feedback, quality assurance, finalising results, responsibilities, and re-marking requests.
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.