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Bridging the gap between teaching and learning is addressed head-on through end-to-end assessment, but do you know the key elements for designing it in any learning environment? 

Furthermore, academic integrity as a validation of learning outcomes has taken on new significance in remote and hybrid learning environments, and must be front and centre in end-to-end assessment design.

We’ve built a detailed infographic resource to help educators cover off important considerations in their end-to-end assessment framework, such as iterative feedback loops that play a critical role in measuring student progress, informing teaching efficacy and encouraging integrity at every step of the way.

What it covers:

  • Aligning instruction techniques with learning objectives
  • Tips for conducting summative and formative assessment from rubrics to data analysis
  • Embedding academic integrity across different assessment types 

Download the infographic resource