We need to move beyond narrow, standardised assessments that limit our notion of ‘success’. This does not provide meaningful feedback that learners can act on.

Assessment has to provide a chance for learners to receive personal feedback about the transferable skills they value and wish to develop. Here are our thoughts, articles and workshops relating to how to move towards a more productive form of assessment.

Assessment, Dialogue and Collaboration, Project-based Learning/Integrated Studies, Resource, Transferable Skills

Article: The elements of project-based learning

Project-based learning is a buzzword we hear often and too often it is thought of as a free-for-all in which learners are left unguided in an undirected project. However, practising project-based learning properly requires rigour. It requires us to be explicit about the skills we want for our learners and…

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