Sharing responsibilities in learning assessment: the implementation of self and co-evaluations

Michele Girotto

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This paper reports a case study into a criteria-based learning assessment being implemented within a management course of an engineering degree in a Spanish university. It outlines and analyses the three different tasks involved in assessing the learning outcomes: the role of the professor and the engagement of students in their self and co-evaluation tasks. The paper concludes that sharing responsibilities in engaging students into their learning assessment benefits the learning process.

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ISSN: 2385-6203

Edita: CIDUI Congrés Internacional de Docència Universitària i Innovació

Vila Universitària. Local F2.1. Campus UAB - Bellaterra