Here are some relevant resources that will help support you in successfully implementing group and peer assessment in your unit.
Explore the different types of assessment and how to select appropriate assessment tasks.
Use collaborative activities to effectively develop and assess skills, knowledge and attributes.
Provide effective feedback within formative and summative assessment to improve student outcomes and learning.
Relevant policies & procedures
Monash has specific policies and procedures related to group and peer assessment. Take the time to review these to inform your teaching practice.
Outlines processes and principles for marking, blind marking, second marking, double marking, provision of feedback, quality assurance, finalising results, responsibilities, and re-marking requests.
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.
Explains the final grades that are used at Monash in a range of assessment contexts, calculations of WAM, GPA and CGPA, and rules around the use of the withdrawn incomplete (WI) grade.
This MEA module examines how culture may influence teaching and learning through the example of group work.
Making students comfortable with their peers is highly beneficial to group and peer assessment. This MEA module provides a range of strategies which assist educators to build classroom community quickly, and effectively.