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Making learning visible

By Simon Knight,

This post is part one of two, on approaches used in the subject Arguments, Evidence, and Intuition to provide opportunities for practice and formative feedback to students in the run up to a larger written assignment.

The Quick Study: Principles of Good Feedback (plus 39 feedback activities!)

By Philip Betts,

In our series The Quick Study, we take a walk through some key pedagogical ideas and texts as they're presented in the peer-reviewed literature. Each post will summarise a contemporary or historically significant article, providing a refresher or entry point to further reading.

UTSOnline’s inline feedback tool is changing

By Phillip Mills,

Read on to see if and how your marking may change

Exploring Data Sonification

By Mark O'Connor,

With data visualisation we can use our sense of sight to understand our data. But what about our sense of hearing? Let's take a look at data sonification.

In a nutshell: Formative Assessment

By Lucy Arthur,

Got two minutes? Here’s a quick refresher on formative assessment.

REVIEW Vs Turnitin – which is for you?

By Oliver Coady,

Two systems developed for assessment and feedback. Both with pros and cons. Let's weigh up in Round 1 of REVIEW Vs Turnitin: Assessment.

Assessment thoughts from a blue-sky day with elephants

By Elaine Huber,

If you had the opportunity to totally rethink your assessment practice, what would that look like?

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