Self-Regulation and Academic Integrity

Assessment is a developmental and sustainable process that fosters self-regulated learning, academic integrity and the ability for students to be life-long learners

As part of selected assessment activities, integrate elements of reflection, self-assessment and goal setting, focusing on how students can use assessment results to influence future work.

Sample Assessment Method:

ePortfolio Assignment (Interview with Dr. Robin Mueller)

Literature:

Sustainable assessment: Rethinking assessment for the learning society: David Boud (2000)

Assessment for learning: Sally Brown (2004)

Guiding principles and recommendations for the assessment of competence: Nadine J. Kaslow and Associates (2007)

Laying a foundation for lifelong learning: Case studies of e-assessment in large 1st – year classes : David Nicol (2007)

Assessment to improve learning in higher education: The BEAR Assessment system: Mark Wilson and Kathleen Scalise (2006)