“Everyone has a voice”: Developing an Evidence-Based Framework for Consensus Moderation in Higher Education
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Assessment requires academics to make judgements about student work. As there is variability in mark allocation, moderation is required to ensure fairness and consistency in assessment practices. Consensus moderation is one model of moderation, where collaboration and discussion take place between markers to reach an agreement on mark allocation. Through a sequential exploratory qualitative four-phase multiple methods design, this body of research developed an evidence-based framework for consensus moderation in higher education.
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