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EAT Framework

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EAT provides a practical tool that universities can use across disciplines, and at a variety of levels (individual; discipline; college; university). The three interconnected dimensions and their four areas are presented as a set of twelve decision making cards, with both teacher focused and student focused versions available, as well as key considerations for programme leaders

EAT Framework

Equity | Agency | Transparency

The EAT Framework (Evans, 2016, 2018) is a research-informed inclusive approach to enhancing assessment and feedback at individual, module, programme, faculty, and university-wide levels. In focusing on assessment literacy, assessment feedback, and assessment design, it promotes a holistic and integrated perspective to enhancing self-regulation in learning and teaching.

Underpinning Principles of EAT

EAT is underpinned by a Personal Learning Styles Pedagogy (PLSP) approach (Waring & Evans, 2015). It stresses the importance of agency, collaboration, and sensitivity to the needs of the context (discipline; programme, etc.) to support the development of strong student-lecturer partnerships in order to build student self-regulatory capacity in assessment and feedback

Application of the EAT

This site provides a variety of resources to assist implementation of the EAT Framework including examples of case-studies, critical analysis and reflection.

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