Components of the Framework

Academic Side
Reece Peters
Grace Squires

4th Grade

Robert Sanders

6th Grade

Application of the Framework

Implementing the Framework
Implementing the Framework

Example blog article about EAT

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Example blog article about EAT

see the blog

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

Assessment
Literacy

Clarification | Alignment | Entitlement | Requirements

Assessment
Feedback

Self Evaluation | Peer Engagement | Active Feedack | Accessible

Assessment
Design

Evaluation | Access | Meaning | Sustainability

Components 

The EAT Framework guides practice from both the Instructor & Student Perspectives

Instructor Side

The EAT Framework provides practical aspects of Assessment from the Instructor perspective and provides guidance to assist Instructors in implementation of Student-partnered evaluation.

Student Side

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 

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Instructor - Scoring
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Student Role in Assessment
Student - Scoring

Discover the components and application of EAT from the Instructor Perspective

EAT Appendix F

Find out more via

ExLNT (Explore L&T)

Discover the components and application of EAT from the Student Perspective

Strategies

Find examples and strategies for design and implementation

DESIGN

Read about 12 Case Studies and their outcomes to assist your design

Implementation

Find resources to assist implementation with your Student cohort

Contact 

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