An Introduction to Self and Peer Assessment

Description

The aim of the this workbook is to provide a series of resources; contextual information, methods and approaches to the area of self and peer assessment.

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

The workbook is not exhaustive, but attempts to focus on core issues and needs. The added literary and web references provide further readings and activites if so required. Key areas covered include: – Defining Self and Peer Assessment, – Implementing Peer Assessment, – Devising Assessment Criteria. Around each themed area you will find worksheets and activity lists, plus substantial references to original and core literature.

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