Related resources to marking and grading
Here are some relevant content pages and resources that will help support you in marking and grading student assessments consistently and effectively.
Learn more about how to provide effective feedback within formative and summative assessment to improve student outcomes and learning.
Learn more about how to record student grades and apply weighting within Moodle.
Self-enrolment Moodle site outlining the process of developing effective rubrics.
This ‘rubric’ prompts you to consider key aspects of your own rubric to help identify strengths and weaknesses.
A Word document with some key content and structure already organised, and prompts to help you create your own rubric.
This document includes objective terms that are generally appropriate for use in rubrics, as well as subjective terms that should be avoided. Keep it to hand when creating or reviewing rubrics or marking guides.
Relevant policies & procedures
Policies and procedures relating to marking and grading
Monash has specific policies and procedures related to marking and grading assessment. Take the time to review these to inform your teaching practice.
The new Assessment and Academic Integrity Policy comes into full effect on 1 January 2021. To support you during this period of change, we've outlined key information and changes that are associated with the seven procedures and what they may mean for your work. This website highlights the key information and includes a downloadable workbook explaining the key responsibilities.
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used at Monash in a range of assessment contexts, calculations of WAM, GPA and CGPA, and rules around the use of the withdrawn incomplete (WI) grade.
Explains the requirements for timed major assessment tasks that are scheduled after the end of the teaching period including closed-book tasks, open-book tasks, and open-access tasks, as well as eAssessments.
This MEA module explores the principles of providing effective and consistent assessment feedback.
This guide outlines how you can assess and comment on various file formats, such as Word and PDF, directly within Moodle.