Assessment Practices

Core Principle 9: Assessment practices are integrated into the learning design to provide quality feedback

Assessment is not simply a means to measure learning that has already occurred, but is a major facilitator in the learning process itself. Well used assessment methods and processes will direct learning towards the desired learning outcomes, specify performance criteria and standards and provide regular feedback to learners on performance. Assessment, therefore, is not separate from the instructional process but an integral part of it. As Perkins (1992) suggests, in effective practice:

Teaching, learning, and assessment merge into one seamless enterprise (p.176)

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