RMIT has strict policies on plagiarism and academic integrity. Please ensure you and your students are fully aware of the policy and process.
Rubrics are an assessment tool to help you to grade consistently, and faster. By using a rubric, you are identifying the criteria used to judge students’ work and the scale used to rate it.
This section looks at assessment policy and procedures from the student’s perspective, what information is available to them and how manage assessments.
RMIT Creds is a university-wide, digital micro-credentials program designed to help students develop industry-ready skills. Micro-credentials range from 30-minute snippets to more intensive online programs running over several weeks. Once successfully completed, students can claim a digital badge and share it on social media.
Feedback to and from students is good teaching practice, it is a two-way process, you give students feedback and you receiving feedback from them.
Every course must meet a standard of presentation, consistency and content that all the schools have agreed upon. These are the 14 elements that must be checked before the course is published and students gain access to it.
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is an umbrella term that describes a range of approaches to learning and assessment that integrates discipline theory, knowledge and skills with the practice of work.
A course guide documents the approved description, learning outcomes and assessment tasks for a course (subject) and guides your teaching and the students’ learning.
RMIT has many tools available for you to create and edit videos or to stream live to your students for flexible online teaching.
What you need to know when you have international students in your class.