Case study: Using a codesign process as an opportunity and to increase assessment literacy and integrate the Sustainable Development Goals into learning and teaching.

Debbie Bartlett

Abstract


Abstract: This article first describes the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals to learning and teaching, both specifically for SDG 4 Quality Education, and the relevance of all 17 SDGs across subject areas.  It then describes how these became the focus to increase assessment literacy and engagement with feedback using Level 5 BSc Environmental Science and Geography students taking the Environmental Management module.  The benefits and challenges of using curriculum and assessment co-design are presented and the benefits for student engagement and assessment literacy evaluated.  


Keywords


Sustainable Development Goals; Co-design; Assessment literacy; Feedback; Student Engagement

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v14i1.1121

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