Self-assessment as a process for inclusion

@inproceedings{Bourke2013SelfassessmentAA,
  title={Self-assessment as a process for inclusion},
  author={Roseanna Bourke and Mandia Mentis},
  year={2013}
}
There are multiple ways that assessment is positioned within education: as a method for accountability, a strategy to attract funding and an approach to support learning. Different assessment practices portray students in different ways and can serve to include or exclude them in their learning and assessment. Students are often categorised and differentiated through assessment, at times, to access resources. This paper explores a model where self-assessment, as a component of a variety of… CONTINUE READING

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