Written by Paul Orsmond, Self- and Peer-Assessment was the first in the
Teaching Bioscience Enhancing Learning Series
published by the UK Centre for Bioscience. A second edition of the book is now available. The book is written in a very readable style and contains new sections on the social elements of learning, variation theory and situated learning as well as an expanded consideration of self-assessment. Along with 9 new or updated case studies the book represents a good introduction not only to self- and peer-assessment but the whole area of assessment.
Case Study 8: Developing strong argumentation skills through debate
Case Study 9: Peer and self evaluation of experiential learning - Work placement poster presentations
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