Impact Of Self And Peer Assessment On Students In Secondary


Central to any notion of personalised learning, or a learner-centred culture is that learners themselves should want to learn, should become aware of themselves as learners and to take responsibility for their own learning. Self and peer assessment have a potential role in achieving this. This review looks at the impact of self and peer assessment on students’ academic achievement and non-cognitive outcomes in secondary schools. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 3.10 (34)

DATE: 30/10/2008
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