4 October 2017: Student Self-assessment: rationale and practice

Presenter: Danny Carroll (University of New South Wales, Australia)

This session explored findings from four years of research into student's self-assessment against criteria in courses using an online marking system at the UNSW Business School. The webinar covered the purpose of student self-assessment, observations on student self-assessment accuracy and student attitudes and practices. Approaches improve student self-assessment accuracy were also covered in light of the systemic embedding of self-assessment practice at the UNSW Business School.

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