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Review your subject's learning outcomes and assessment tasks and ask yourself:
This example below demonstrates how the breakdown of the outcome into skills, knowledge and application might look.
|Subject Learning Outcome||Skills||Knowledge/Topics||Application to practice|
|be able to design and review assessment tasks that align with subject and course learning outcomes, enhance student learning and promote academic integrity||analyse, design, research, develop arguments||know about: taxonomies, design process, valid research in learning design,||application to own professional practice|
|be able to justify their practices with reference to scholarly literature and CSU policies.||identify valid literature, conduct searches, cite in-text and in bibliography,||taxonomies, design processes, valid research in learning designings||relate the literature to their own practice|
A tip on checking whether all subject learning outcomes have been covered by assessment in the subject is to:
|Assessment 1||Assessment 2||Assessment 3||Assessment 4|
|Learning outcome 1||X||X|
|Learning outcome 2||X||X|
|Learning outcome 3||X|
|Learning outcome 4|
Once you are happy that the assessment tasks reflect the subject's learning outcomes, you can start developing your marking criteria.