Referenced Articles/Assessing and Teaching for Learning


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  • Biggs, J. (2003b) Aligning teaching and assessing to course objectives. In, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: New Trends and Innovations. University of Aveiro, 13-17 April, 2003.
  • Black, P. & Dylan, W. (1998) Assessment and Classroom Learning. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policies and Practice, Vol.5 issue 1
  • Blackwell, A. and Williamson, E. (1999) Modularisation and Staff Satisfaction. Presentation at the European Association of Institutional Research Forum, 1999, Lund, Sweden, August 1999.
  • Dunn, L., Morgan, C., Parry, S. and O’Reilly, (2004) The Student Assessment Handbook. Routledge,Falmer.
  • McMahon T & O’Riordan D (2006) Introducing Constructive Alignment into a Curriculum: Some Preliminary Results from a Pilot Study. Journal of Higher Education and Lifelong Learning 14: 11-20.
  • Nicol, D. and Macfarlane-Dick, D. (2006). Formative assessment and self-regulated learning: A model and seven principles of good feedback practice, Studies in Higher Education, 31 (2), 199–218.
  • Nightingale, P., Wiata, IT., Toohey, S., Ryan, G., Hughes, C., Magin, D. (1996) Assessing Learning in Universities. Sydney,University of New South Wales Press.
  • Perry, W. (1970) Forms of Intellectual and Academic Development in the College Years. New York, Holt, Rhinehart and Winston.
  • Savin-Baden, M. (2004) Understanding the impact of assessment on students in problem-based learning. Innovations in Education and Teaching International 41(2): 223-233.
  • Whitelock, D. (2010). Activating Assessment for Learning: Are we on the way with WEB 2.0? In Lee, M. J. W. and McLoughlin, C. eds., Web 2.0-Based-E-Learning: Applying Social Informatics for Tertiary Teaching. IGI Global, pp. 319–342.
  • Yorke, M (2003) Formative assessment in higher education: Moves towards theory and the enhancement of pedagogic practice. Higher Education 45:477–501.

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