Working with the EAT Framework
The Framework can be used with individuals (students and lecturers) and with teams
As a diagnostic tool: to evaluate strengths and weaknesses at individual and team / organisational levels.
As a design tool: to hone in on the development of one area of practice e.g. feedback and consider what needs to happen in all 12 areas of practice.
As a predictive tool: to explore relationships between student engagement and outcomes.
As an evaluative tool: to evaluate the relative effectiveness of assessment feedback practices.
As a training tool: to support student and lecturer skills’ development.
Dimensions of Practice
Clarification | Alignment | Entitlement | Requirements
Self Evaluation | Peer Engagement | Active Feedack | Accessible
Evaluation | Access | Meaning | Sustainability
The EAT Framework guides practice from both the Instructor & Student Perspectives
The EAT Framework provides practical aspects of Assessment from the Instructor perspective and provides guidance to assist Instructors in implementation of Student-partnered evaluation.
The EAT Framework provides practical aspects of Assessment from a Student perspective and provides guidance to assist Instructors in implementation of Student-partnered evaluation.
Application of the EAT Framework
The following resources and appendices aid the practical application of the EAT Framework in your Teaching and Course Design
Instructor - Scoring
Discover the components and application of EAT from the Instructor Perspective
Student Role in Assessment
EAT Appendix F
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Student - Scoring
Discover the components and application of EAT from the Student Perspective
Download the EAT Framework
Extended version (Word/PDF)
Abridged version (Word/PDF)