Learning through partnership in assessment

Deeley, S. J. and Brown, R. A. (2014) Learning through partnership in assessment. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education(13),

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This essay is a collaborative and reflective account of two case examples of learning through student-teacher partnership in assessment within diverse Honors courses at a Scottish University. The first example concerns the co-design of essay and exam marking criteria that also involves a student peer-review exercise. The second example is the summative co-assessment of students’ oral presentations. The student-teacher partnership has continued through the collaborative writing of this essay between one of the students in the courses, Ruth, and the teacher of the courses, Susan, whose voices are presented below as they reflect on their partnership in assessment activities.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Deeley, Professor Susan
Authors: Deeley, S. J., and Brown, R. A.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Social and Political Sciences > Urban Studies
Journal Name:Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education
Publisher:Bryn Mawr College

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