Grade integrity and the representation of academic achievement

@inproceedings{Sadler2010GradeIA,
  title={Grade integrity and the representation of academic achievement},
  author={D. Royce Sadler},
  year={2010}
}
In this article, grade integrity is defined as to the extent to which each grade awarded, either at the conclusion of a course or module of study or for an extended response to an assessment task, is strictly commensurate with the quality, breadth and depth of a students’ performance. The three basic requirements for this aspiration to be realised are, in order: assessment evidence of a logically legitimate type; evidence of sufficient scope and soundness to allow for a strong inference to be… CONTINUE READING
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