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Systematic review of research evidence of the impact on students in secondary schools of self and peer assessment

Abstract:
Empirical research into student self and peer assessment has been concerned either with comparison of students’ own assessment with teachers’ assessment, or the effects of introducing self and peer assessment on students. This review is not concerned with the former but only with impact on students’ academic achievement and non-cognitive outcomes.
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
SSD
Department:
Education
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Author
Publisher:
EPPI-Centre
Host title:
EPPI-Centre Systematic Reviews
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Publication date:
2008-01-01
Paper number:
1614T
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uuid:f5df1fd5-2bcb-47b1-8226-b38ba2431019
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daisy:3048
Source identifiers:
3048
Deposit date:
2012-10-26

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