Student assessment/feedback questions Part of the RADAR Toolkit

Student assessment/feedback questions Part of the RADAR Toolkit from EQE, Resources for Assessment Design, Alignment and Review About these slides These slides contain nine questions for students designed to get their views on assessment & feedback practices within their module or programme. They are part of the RADAR toolkit, Resources for Assessment Design, Alignment and Review, designed by Education Quality & Enhancement. The slides are designed to be used with ResponseWare. Students can give anonymous replies to each question, and these answers can then be saved and added to a RADAR dimensions model, which will depict the student experience of assessment & feedback. Note: This slide is only for guidance and should be deleted before use

Your ResponseWare Session ID is: XXXXXX Enter it at www.rwpoll.com, or use the app: iOS Android To what extent do you understand how to meet the criteria for your assessment(s)? A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately

D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% To what extent do your assessment(s) encourage you to study outside of class? A.All the time

B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% To what extent does your feedback help you to

understand where and how to improve? A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

To what extent do you have opportunities to act on the feedback you receive? A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0%

0% To what extent does your assessment prompt you to discuss with your peers? A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0% 0%

0% 0% To what extent does your assessment prompt you to discuss with your tutors? A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0%

0% 0% 0% To what extent do your assessments prompt you to reflect on your learning? A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0%

0% 0% 0% 0% To what extent do you have choice within your assessments, e.g. titles, methods, timings, etc.? A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly

E.Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% To what extent do your assessments motivate you to learn and succeed? A.All the time B.Mostly

C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% To what extent is assessment and feedback embedded throughout your module?

A.All the time B.Mostly C.Moderately D.Slightly E.Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Thank you for answering these questions Note to presenter: please ensure you save the data from this ResponseWare session by choosing TurningPoint, followed by Reports and then Export > Excel

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