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Peer assessments (with agreed criteria)
What is it: Self-assessment is a process of formative assessment during which students reflect on and evaluate the quality of their work and their learning, judge the degree to which they reflect explicitly stated goals or criteria, identify strengths and weaknesses in their work, and revise accordingly. Andrade and Du (2007, p.160).
Self and peer assessment – advantages and disadvantages
  • Sydney University - "Group work can be more successful when students are involved in developing the assessment process. This may include establishing their own assessment criteria through consultation with teaching staff.
Assessment Matters: Self-Assessment and Peer Assessment
[Article] Using self-and peer-assessment to enhance students’ future-learning in higher education.
  • Thomas, G., Martin, D., & Pleasants, K. (2011) Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 8(1), 5.
[Article] The Use of Exemplars and Formative Feedback when Using Student Derived Marking Criteria in Peer and Self-assessment
  • Orsmond, P., Merry, S., & Reiling, K. (2002). Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 27(4), 309-323.
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Student-centered assessment: Self-assessment (Rubric ideas)
  •  Great Lakes Equity Centre - by Georgia Brooke & Heidi Andrade, April 2013. "Effective self-assessment involves students comparing their work to clear standards and generating feedback for themselves about where they need to make improvements. ".
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